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“Speaking Skills Matter; Strong Communication Skills for Strong Relationships.”
Presented by Marilyn Page of Speaking To Connect
In the age of social media and texting, do speaking and communication skills still matter? Is it important to think through our thoughts before telling them to our business associates or family members? And, is it possible to control those nerves that race through our bodies at the mere thought of public speaking?
Yes, it is possible! And I believe that now, perhaps more than ever, we are in need of developing effective communication skills. Why? Because the depth of our relationships, professional and personal, depends on it.
We need to be prepared to be able to communicate with those around us; to be equipped to engage others in conversation, build healthy relationships for business, with co-workers, friends and family.
You don’t need to be an extrovert to be a good speaker or communicator. You simply need to know the fundamentals of preparing and presenting your thoughts, while learning how to relax and to be yourself. No one can tell your story better than you can.
Yes, speaking skills do matter! Whatever your speaking challenge, developing strong communication skills is key to great success for your personal and professional relationships.
Join us September 26, 2017 for this interactive presentation. Leave with tips and techniques on how to control nervous jitters, organize your thoughts for any type of presentation, and speak clearly and confidently.
Marilyn started coaching business professionals in 2000. Her expertise in communication skills and her easy-going manner equips her to equip others. She used to fear public speaking, so knows first-hand how poor communication skills can build walls in personal and professional areas of one’s life. She learned to overcome that fear and then changed careers order to teach others how to develop good communication skills. She’ll talk to us about some of the myths of public speaking and give us practical tips on how we too can control nervous jitters, begin to speak confidently and comfortably to groups of any size, and let our own personality shine through.
She named her business “Speaking to Connect” because she believes speaking is all about connecting.