Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Step Up Your Speaking newsletter out Wednesday

In this month's edition of my free email newsletter, Step Up Your Speaking, I'll be offering you an A-Z guide of resources to help you set your 2011 speaker resolution. Whether you choose to make it an entire year of improving your speaking or focus on just one skill or issue, this newsletter will help you think through your options and get you on the right track for next year. Sign up at the links below, and start your gift-giving early by forwarding this post to a friend who speaks, presents or wants to try it.

Go here to subscribe to Step Up Your Speaking, my free email newsletter that looks at a different speaking topic in depth each month...then become a fan of The Eloquent Woman on Facebook and join the conversation with thousands of other women (and men) about public speaking skills and confidence.

What's your public speaking or presenting resolution for 2011?

Are you resolving to improve your public speaking and presenting skills in 2011? You might choose, as some have done, to focus the entire year on public speaking: getting more speaking opportunities, improving your delivery, boosting your confidence all at once. Some speakers choose one skill a month, or one a quarter, on which to focus. Others make a plan to tackle their biggest challenge, from confidence to Q&A.

My free email newsletter, Step Up Your Speaking, focuses this month on resources to help you with your speaking resolutions from A-Z. Sign up today--it's out tomorrow--to start your planning.  If you work on a team where public speaking needs improvement, why not set team goals and create a weekly support group to stay on course?

What's your public speaking or presenting resolution for 2011? I invite you to leave word in the comments here or on The Eloquent Woman on Facebook

Go here to subscribe to Step Up Your Speaking, my free email newsletter that looks at a different speaking topic in depth each month...then become a fan of The Eloquent Woman on Facebook and join the conversation with thousands of other women (and men) about public speaking skills and confidence.