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Intl. communications coach to conduct Amcham workshop tomorrow


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The American Chamber of Commerce in Sri Lanka will conduct a workshop titled ‘Speak Easy – learn how to influence an audience’ with Carolyn Kerner Stein, an international speaker and executive coach on 31 July at the Galle Face Hotel from 2.30p.m. to 5.00p.m. and will be sponsored by Vingyana at REEFS. 

Part of the AMCHAM Workshop Series, this event will focus on teaching participants the ability to speak to an audience, express their ideas, opinions and influence others. It also shows you how to lose stage fright, organise a presentation and then stand and deliver. Other factors that will be included in the program are: Why it is important to be able to express your ideas to an audience; Can you express those ideas with power, confidence and credibility? How do you overcome fear and nervousness, does it show?; How do you craft a presentation so that it is meaningful to your audience?; What are the verbal, non-verbal signals that can sabotage your speech?; How can you bridge and interact with your audience?; What happens when they ask difficult questions? and How important is the introduction, title, opening, close and humour

Stein is an international speaker and executive coach. She has presented her keynotes and seminars throughout the United States, Canada, Southeast Asia, China and New Zealand. She is also the author of Delivering Powerful Speeches, Passport To The Podium and Don’t Let Age or Disability Stop You. 

Stein has teamed with Karen Gleason Glass for the upcoming release of The Leadership Escalator, a how-to book for those seeking to elevate their confidence, power and potential.

For more information on registering for this workshop, contact AMCHAM via events@amcham.lk or call 112 300116/7.

 


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