Speaking and Writing For Impact

Speaking and Writing For Impact

3.5 Units in Professional Skills

Presenter:  Jonathan Robinson M.A., M.F.T.
Speaking and Writing For Impact:
How to Wow People for Greater Career Success

In this course, you'll learn why being an effective speaker and writer is a major advantage in becoming successful in your career.  When it comes to speaking, you'll learn how to organize a good speech, how to present it well, and how to use your new-found ability to get more clients, win cases, and/or get a promotion. In addition, you'll learn how to overcome your nervousness, and how to overcome stress in less than a minute.  When it comes to writing, you'll learn how to write clearly, overcome writer's block, and write emails and information for clients that create maximum impact. 


* Know why pubic speaking and writing is so important to career success

* Know how to write a speech that informs and entertains

* Know how to present a speech in a way that wows your audience

* Know how to use your abilities to rapidly expand your career 

Major Subjects

  • Overcoming the common obstacles to public speaking: fear of rejection/ failure
  • Techniques to be more relaxed before, during, and after a talk
  • Creating the content of the talk: What are the concerns of your audience?
  • How to deliver a talk effectively and how to write clearly and succinctly
  • The use of humor, props, and your special talent
  • The power of stories, and how to construct effective stories that persuade
  • Memorization of your talk using the key word system
20/10/2021 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Via Zoom SA 5000 AUSTRALIA

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Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Time Mastery
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
20/10/2021 9:00 AM


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