Public Speaking Workshop At The May Chidac Foundation - Media Institute
The art and science of public speaking can be acquired with some help from… Canada. From theater, to radio, to TV, to auditoriums, speaking in front of up to a 1000 persons, this Lebanese-Canadian Public Relations Consultant and TED speaker, Ms. Lamia Charlebois, has learned many North American tips and tricks that she will share during 4 hours, and then return to Montreal.
At this workshop you will learn about:
- The text: lead, messages, main axis, the 5 W, conclusion, punch line.- Body language, gestures, props, icebreakers, anecdotes, emotions, pauses, gaffes, notes, dress code, microphones, cameras.- Objectives: entertain, inform, motivate, mobilize, convince, sell ideas, products or services, roast or toast.- Audiences: friends, opponents, competitors, family, staff, employers, bosses, boards, general public, media, teachers, politicians.
Why should you attend?
You will practice public speaking in the language of your choice during the workshop and learn tips that are tailored to you.
Who should attend this workshop?
- Anyone who has to speak publicly in his professional or personal life.- A good speaker who wants to perfect his skills.- Anyone who is trying to overcome his fear or shyness.- A student, a professional, an employee, a boss, a doctor, a mother, a father, a teen, anyone who… speaks!
For more info call us on 01/256221 or 03/103043 *Hurry & Register! Places are limited