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Monday, 17th November 2008 at 4:47 pm
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These days, simply knowing the technicalities of your job is only one part of your role working for a Not-For-Profit organisation. So many other things contribute to how clients, colleagues, stakeholders and the community perceive and respect you.

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Find your voice – Advertorial
Monday, 17th November 2008 at 4:47 pm

These days, simply knowing the technicalities of your job is only one part of your role working for a Not-For-Profit organisation. So many other things contribute to how clients, colleagues, stakeholders and the community perceive and respect you.

One of the things that can limit your on-the-job performance is the fear of presenting or speaking in public – one of the greatest fears known.

With this in mind, 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.

Presentation skills training is a proven way to help overcome speaking fears and gain the necessary skills by giving participants the opportunity to learn and practice in a friendly non-threatening environment.

Spruikit’s presentation skills training workshops help participants, regardless of age or experience, with the necessary ability to be a more polished and confident presenter – skills that include being able to identify bad presenting habits, to develop new presenting techniques, and to better articulate a point-of-view. The Spruikit workshop program has been designed by an experienced corporate presenter and a television news presenter – a program that delivers a very broad perspective on how to make a winning presentation!

The workshop will be facilitated by Spruikit’s David Thomas (corporate CEO and government background), Marianne Van Dorslar (well-known Media Presenter), and Jenny Kent (Speech Pathologist and Voice Coach).

Pro Bono is pleased to have agreed a special Not-For-Profit rate of $450 (including GST) per place at this full day workshop which will be held at the Victorian Deaf Society in East Melbourne.

With only 12 places available, please book your place early.

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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