Public Speaking for Meetings and Presentations
September 28, 2013
Time: 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
Seton Hall University Main Campus, South Orange, NJ
one-day workshop will help you to improve your public speaking skills.Learn to assess your audience, create and
deliver strong presentations, and conduct effective meetings.
the business and professional world, you are often faced with the challenges of
running a meeting, putting together a presentation, and speaking before small
and large groups.Whether you have weeks
or just minutes to prepare, knowing how to quickly get organized, utilize the
right speaking skills, and consider your audience are all keys to being successful.
to structure and conduct both formal and informal meetings
listening and responding skills that make you a better speaker
assess your audience to determine your objectives and their needs
participant, you will:
impromptu public speaking and learn various verbal and non-verbal techniques to
engage an audience
in short exercises that will enable you to overcome apprehension that you might
have about speaking to small or large groups
in brief talks that you will brainstorm, develop, and present to the group
the workshop, you will be able to:
- Put together a compelling talk
- Make the most of verbal and non-verbal communication
- Have developed improved listening and responding skills that
will make you a better speaker
who want to hone or improve their public speaking and presentation skills.
Horii is a communications professional with extensive experience both in the
classroom and in business. She is on the
Adjunct Faculty at Seton Hall University where she teaches Business Writing in
the Department of English. She has also
taught several courses in Seton Hall's Department of Communication and The
Arts. She is currently principal, Cardinal Public Relations LLC, and worked for
many years in public relations at AT&T, Lucent Technologies and Avaya. Before that, she worked as a news reporter
for The Star-Ledger. She holds a
bachelor's degree in English from Rutgers and a master's degree in media
ecology from New York University.
For further information, please contact us at (973) 761-9087 or e-mail: CEPS@shu.edu