Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Be The Eloquent Woman: New workshop May 15 in Washington DC

Today, I'm convening my Be The Eloquent Woman workshop in Oxford, UK, as a pre-conference session at the annual conference of the UK Speechwriters Guild. I'm excited to bring this workshop to women working in UK and European corporations and universities--but want to be sure that U.S. readers take advantage of the next session in the series and its early registration discount.

On May 15, I'm bringing Be The Eloquent Woman back to Washington, DC. It's a subversive new workshop that helps women executives and public officials learn how women speakers are perceived and how to turn those expectations on their heads with confidence, content and credibility. Among the topics we'll cover are:
  • How to determine your speaking style and work with it to become a more authentic speaker;
  • Handling speaking fears and why, for women, it might not just be about anxiety, but about how you are perceived;
  • Preparing a "message wardrobe" so you can have content ready for almost any speaking task;
  • Using a message so you can speak with or without notes, briefly or at length; and
  • How to get more and better opportunities to speak.
"The information has given me a renewed enthusiasm for my next talk. I'm feeling back in the driver's seat." That's what one participant said in the first session of this workshop. Go here to read how the first workshop went and what participants had to say.

You can grab a sweet discount by registering by April 11, just nine days away. Will you join us?

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