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Does Gen X Do Philanthropy? David Imber - Stegley Lecture The Stegley Foundation was one of Australia's most progressive philanthropic orgnisations Melbourne, Thursday 23rd October Help overcome your speaking fears A presentation skills training workshop specifically for the Not-For-Profit community Melbourne, Monday 24 November 2008

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Monday, 20th October 2008 at 5:39 pm

Help overcome your speaking fears
One of the greatest fears known is the fear of presenting or speaking in public. Knowing this, Pro Bono has teamed up with Spruikit to conduct a presentation skills training workshop specifically for its readers from the Not-For-Profit community. Spruikit is a communications consultancy that specialises in assisting people to present and speak publicly with confidence.

Facilitators (full-day)
David Thomas and Marianne Van Dorslar

Voice coach (part-day)
Jenny Kent

Objectives
This workshop will help you to:
– Overcome speaking fears
– Identify bad presenting habits
– Develop new presenting techniques
– Gain greater confidence
– Better articulate a point-of-view

Content
Topics covered in the workshop include:
– What Makes a Good Presenter – The Spruikit MAP
– Researching for a Presentation – Writing for a Presentation
– How You Sound – The Spoken Spruikit Word
– Harnessing Nerves – How You Look
– Using Visual Aids – At the Venue
– Handling Questions – Exercises to put theory into practice

Who should attend?
Those who wish to develop or enhance their ability to speak more confidently in front of their clients, colleagues and the public.

Details
Date Monday 24 November 2008
Time 8.45am for 9am-5.30pm
Venue Victorian Deaf Society, East Melbourne
Cost $450 Not-For-Profit organisations (including GST)
($550 For-Profit organisations (including GST))

Bookings www.spruikit.com/probono
Essential 03 9427 8180



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