As you move through your career, the more likely you will have to communicate ideas clearly and powerfully in group settings. From saying a few words in a meeting to making a formal presentation to the board, a winning speaking style will help convey messages with credibility and confidence. What if—today— you were asked to speak before a group of employees, co-workers from another department, clients, executives, or the public? Would you be ready and effective? The reality is, most people would rather do anything other than speak in public, and it shows when they do.
The Business Education Committee of the Chamber will host an interactive workshop with Toastmasters Diane Miller and Skip Weisman offering simple tools and techniques to help calm nerves, cut prep time in half, and double your impact!
During her career as an event designer and coordinator Diane has been a compelling and engaging speaker in front of large and small audiences. She is fascinated by the use of philosophic principles in calming and quieting the mind to face the public. She is a Distinguished Toastmaster.
Skip has spoken to more than 20,000 business professionals at more than 100 professional business conferences and events since 2012. He has been a member of the National Speakers Association since 2005 and a certified World Class Speaking Coach since 2014. At conferences and events, he shares his experiences managing professional minor league baseball teams to convey the qualities of a championship work environment.Sponsored by: Mehl & Associates, CPA's, and Stenger, Roberts, Davis & Diamond, LLP