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Public speaking

 
#1 Public speaking
25/10/2002 00:00

Brian

I thoroughly recommend a public speaking club to help in networking and communication.

The clubs aim to improve people’s confidence and professional speaking skills in a fun and supportive environment. The speaker’s club can help for business presentations, amateur dramatics fun, creative writing or self-assurance. It offers amusement, support and education and the chance to improve public and conversational speaking abilities.

There is usually an impromptu speaking session followed by speeches or debates. This year we will witness education sessions that include taped expert orators, specific tips for improving persuasion and eloquence and support by means of development plans for those who wish for them.

If we have not yet met, we have a committee member dedicated to greeting guests and you will be made most welcome and neither obliged to join or participate until you feel comfortable.

See our website:

http://www.geocities.com/birchbrian/Speakerweb/Speakerweb.html

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