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2019 September Career Management: How to be a Better Public Speaker
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2019 September Career Management: How to be a Better Public Speaker

 Export to Your Calendar 9/4/2019
When: Wednesday, September 4, 2019
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: Stony Brook Office Park
130 Turner St, Building #3
1st Floor, Lower Level-Cafeteria
Waltham, MA 
United States
Contact: Makenzie Howard
978-674-6204


Online registration is available until: 9/4/2019
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How to be a Better Public Speaker: Learn Practical Ways to Build Confidence and Improve Your Communication Skills

In the age of social media and texting, do speaking and communication skills still matter? Is it important to think through our thoughts before telling them to our business associates or family members? And, is it possible to control those nerves that race through our bodies at the mere thought of public speaking?

In this interactive presentation, you’ll learn tips and techniques to organize your thoughts for any type of presentation, and how to speak confidently while controlling nervous jitters.

 

Yes, speaking skills do matter! Whatever your speaking challenge, developing strong communication skills is key to great success for your personal and professional relationships.

 

 

 

Marilyn Page, Speaking to Connect

Marilyn is a presentation skills coach and trainer. She teaches her clients how to develop strong, effective and lasting communication skills in order to connect, inspire and build trust with an audience of any size.

 

In 2000, after overcoming her own fear of public speaking, Marilyn left her career as a computer programmer and began her coaching business. She has worked with individuals, small businesses, and various organizations and companies such as Irving Oil, Hannaford Bros. Co., York Hospital, Mead Johnson, Bottomline Technologies and United Way.

 

She is a spokesperson and board member for the Dog Guide Users of New Hampshire, volunteers for the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind as a puppy raiser and is an advocate for the service dog community. As a board member of the Seacoast Women’s Network, she co-chairs the Program Committee. She also facilitates a women’s Bible study at her church. Her involvement with these various groups would not be possible if she hadn’t learned how to communicate effectively.   She is married to Glenn and they live in Greenland with their yellow lab, Sal.

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