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Thursday, August 16, 2012
THERE are two things people fear most, death and public speaking. The former, we have no control of, while the latter, we can surely do something about.
Tutoring Club and Speedtalk Language Training Center, located at the second floor of the Banilad Town Center (BTC) offers high-impact public speaking, a dynamic, fun, and engaging new program designed to get you the skills you need to become a confident and powerful public speaker in every part of your life.
No matter who you are or what you do, you need to know how to be an effective public speaker. In business organizations, church groups, civic organizations, or even weddings and social events and other occasions in life, you are likely going to be asked to stand in front of a group and present both facts and opinions.
This High-Impact Public Speaking Program takes you by the hand to give you all the skills you will need to overcome your fear of speaking in front of an audience.
It will allow you to speak confidently and clearly on virtually any subject. It teaches you how to structure what you say to communicate in the most effective way.
International Speaker and Trainer Padma Mangharam Siap, known as the founder of Arts Magnate, is a certified Executive Coach and certified Dale Carnegie Instructor in Chicago. She has designed and delivered programs for the International Training office of the Northern Illinois University and has taught people from different parts of the globe.
She is back in Cebu to help people to “Get Colorful!” as they speak, using body language, facial expressions and tone of voice to engage the audience.
The course will consist of 12 sessions. Classes begin on Aug. 22, 2012 and runs twice a week from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., every Monday and Wednesday until October 6. Enrollment is ongoing. Slots are limited.
Banilad Town Centre (BTC) is located along Archbishop Reyes Avenue. Celebrate the BTC way of living with a variety of shopping and dining options for the whole family. It is also a pet- and bike-friendly zone. For more information, visit www.baniladtowncentre.com.
Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on August 17, 2012.