Overcome Your Fear Of Public Speaking (Perth)

Corporate Communication Experts

Event outline

Public speaking is often regarded as the No. 1 fear of people around the world and many people say they would rather die than have to stand up and speak. People avoid public speaking, they get nervous, they panic, they get stage fright and they break out into a cold sweat. Yet public speaking is such an important skill. It is part of our work, our careers and everyday life. This workshop is designed to help people who don’t normally do public speaking or who have a fear of public speaking or who wish to become more confident in their public speaking. The skills learned in this workshop will help you to step up and assist you in many speaking situations including but not limited to anyone who:-

  • has recently taken on increased speaking responsibility at work
  • needs to prepare a speech for a wedding or other special occasion
  • needs to present a tutorial or seminar for work or university
  • wants to learn to speak more confidently at job interviews
  • wants to control the nerves and reduce the fear
  • wants to learn to be a better speaker
  • has something to say, but holds back

In this workshop you will learn to:

  • control nerves and reduce anxiety
  • prepare effectively
  • use a simple fail safe structure
  • what to do if your mind goes blank
  • connect with the audience even with your nerves
  • be authentic and genuine
  • understand what the audience expects from you
  • harness your nervous energy

At the end of this workshop you will have a greater understanding of nerves and be able to control them and put together a confident and effective presentation.

Dates & registration

Fri 6 Dec 2019 Perth (Metro)

9:30 am start to 4:30 pm close
Pilbara Room, State Library of Western Australia, 25 Frances Street, Perth 6000
$345 + GST

Peter Dhu

Provider information

Professional training and coaching in the area of Presentation Skills, Public Speaking, and Presentation Skills For Leaders. Enables leaders and emerging leaders to communicate and present with confidence and effectiveness to maximise their impact.