Public Speaking: Speaking Under Pressure

Speaking under pressure, or improvisation, is based on being able to quickly organize your thoughts and ideas, and then convey them expressively to your audience to modify their attitudes or behavior. Speaking under pressure applies to formal speeches along with everyday business situations.

It requires presence of mind, goal orientation, adaptation, and judgment. It also requires differentiating between oral and written communications.  

This two day workshop is designed for those who are in positions where they must speak in front of demanding hostile audiences. It is also designed  for those who are relatively new speakers who want some encouragement to speak up in meetings or who want some training before they begin making presentations on behalf of the organization.

How You Will Benefit:

  • Identify ways to gain rapport with your audience.
  • Learn techniques to reduce nervousness and fear.
  • Recognize how visual aids can create impact and attention.
  • Develop techniques to create a professional presence.
  • Learn some different ways to prepare and organize information.
  • Prepare, practice, and present a short presentation.

What You Will Cover:

  • Communication skills.
  • How to edit your conversation.
  • Appropriately sharing yourself with others.
  • Trust.
  • Positive self-talk.
  • Making the most of meetings.
  • Body language.
  • Sticky situations.
  • Advantages of oral presentation.
  • Planning your presentation with PAFEO.
  • Overcoming nervousness.
  • The STARR pattern.
  • Start writing!
  • How to limit your information.
  • Creating an audience profile.
  • Your speaking voice.
  • Adding punch to your presentation.
  • Presentation practice.



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