- Last-minute insights: Why I threw out my speech for the Women's March, by a speaker in Chicago, shares how she had to expand her speech last-minute...and what she learned.
- Because you're a man is a stunner of a post by the first female chief scientist at The Nature Conservancy, imagining what it would be like for a male speaker to nail a panel appearance and get asked for his male perspective--just as women are often asked to do. A useful role reversal to share with male allies...
- Did you miss? This week, the blog asked that we please describe women's speeches as something other than 'emotional,' and Famous Speech Friday shared Viola Davis's introduction of Meryl Streep at the Golden Globe awards.
- Join me in London, speakers: I'm giving a workshop in London on April 3 on Creating a TED-quality talk. Join me, please, and share with interested colleagues. Seats are filling, and this is a small-group session, so sign up today!
- About the quote: It *is* better to speak, eloquent women! Find more quotes like this one from Audre Lord on our Pinterest board of great quotes by eloquent women.
Monday, February 6, 2017
Savvy speakers keep up with my wide-ranging reading list on women and public speaking by following The Eloquent Woman on Facebook, where these links and articles appear first. I always collect them here for you on Mondays as well. It's a great way to expand your public speaking knowledge: