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Executive Public Speaking Skills Workshop

April 22 @ 09:00 - April 26 @ 16:30 EAT



Why is Public Speaking so critical in our lives?

Speaking to a large crowd of people

Communication is the backbone of our society. It allows us to form connections, influence decisions, and motivate change. Without communication skills, the ability to progress in the working world and in life, itself, would be nearly impossible.

Ironically, Public Speaking is one of the most important and most dreaded forms of communication. Glossophobia or speech anxiety, is the most common fear people have across the globe. Throughout primary school, it is easy to be the student who sits in the back of the classroom and avoids raising his or her hand to dodge such situations. But in the working world, public speaking is a vital skill to have and to hone. It affects simple, everyday interactions between coworkers, bosses and employees, marketing professionals and clients, etc., and it can have an enormous impact on your career path and your level of success in your industry.

Untitled design.jpgIt’s a great opportunity for this interactive workshop where we’ll together with public speaking experts, explore and equip the participants with skills to speak confidently and authentically to any number of people, whatever the settings!!



According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right?


This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.

– Jerry Seinfeld


Are you struggling to communicate with your audience?

Do you feel uncomfortable speaking in public?

Want to improve your speaking skills?

We’ll take it from here!!

The best business professionals and academics invest in their communication skills. We have helped scores of people communicate better, including professionals from IT to finance, sales and marketing, and many others.

Learn to speak like a pro! Our high-quality workshops are ideal for beginners, intermediate and advanced. We would love to help you finally be able to get your message across easily and confidently with less stress than ever before.

What are public speaking skills?

Controlling your breathing

One of the most important things to think about when giving a speech is controlling your breathing. Take slow, relaxing breaths before you start to keep your body relaxed. If you can feel yourself getting nervous and worked up, just take a second to take a great, deep breath, and continue.

Controlling your body language

When we’re talking to someone, they understand more than just what our words are saying, but our bodies, too. If you stand tall and straight, then it makes you seem and feel more confident. Try not to shift your weight too much between your feet, and be as expressive as possible. If you seem passionate about what you’re saying, then your audience will feel passionate, too.

Taking your time

There’s no need to rush when you’re giving a speech. Keeping it slow will help keep you relaxed and focused on what you’re saying. Go too fast, and no one will understand you and you’re likely to lose your place in your speech.

Speaking clearly

There’s no point giving an excellent speech if no one can tell what you’re saying. Pronounce your words properly, and avoid filler phrases like ‘um’ and ‘like’ (a difficult feat for many a child and teenager, I know). Better to pause and think before you speak, than fill the silence with meaningless words. You will need to speak loudly enough too especially if you don’t have a microphone, so consider some vocal warm-ups.

Know your audience

Your content and delivery have to take into account the people listening to you. Are jokes appropriate to relax the audience? What language and level of detail on your topic will suit them? Your speech is all about getting your ideas or opinion across, so always have your listeners in mind even though they may be mute.

How to develop public speaking skills

  1. Writing the speech
  2. Practise, practise, practise
  3. Be a superhero

Let’s run through a few more suggestions for improving your oratory skills:

  • Use repetition carefully to emphasise key points.
  • Try to be concise and direct, edit out any filler.
  • Tell stories, add personal touches, and let your passion shine through.
  • Don’t forget to smile and make eye contact with your audience.
  • Structure your speech but try to surprise your listeners.
  • Emotional responses can be stronger than logical, intellectual ones. Appeal to people’s sympathy or empathy.


The best orators of all time


The essence of this training

  • Help your confidence
  • Improve your communication skills
  • Help you express issues that are important to you
  • Develop your ability to reason and debate

Public speaking is an art that requires mastery skills and can be one of the most challenging things to do. We know because we’ve taught thousands of people how to face their fears and speak at conferences and events. Not only have we seen the joy and relief on their faces after a successful talk, but more importantly the confidence we see that comes with the territory is impressive.

If you’re looking to become a charismatic business leader, sales personnel, or communication officer, we have what you’re looking for.

In our well-calibrated workshop sessions, we offer a friendly, personalized approach that covers key fundamentals and advanced techniques for growth.

Types of crowd

1. Neutral Audience:  

2. Hostile Audience:

3. Uninformed Audience: 

4. Expert Audience: 


5. Business Audience:



Strategies for becoming an awsome speaker

  • Plan appropriately.
  • Practice.
  • Engage with your audience.
  • Pay attention to body language.
  • Think positively.
  • Cope with your nerves.
  • Watch recordings of your speeches.


April 22 @ 09:00 EAT
April 26 @ 16:30 EAT
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Kenvision Techniks Talent Centre
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Sunstar Hotel
Sunstar Hotel, Garden Estate Rd, Garden Estate
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