Speaking Effectively to One or One-Thousand
Run time: 24 Minutes
In a well-known study, 3,000 people were asked what frightened them most. The number one answer was "public speaking". This entertaining film gives viewers the skills needed for confident communication with audiences of one or one thousand.
Host Steve Landesberg
and a team of actors show the most common ways speakers can botch a presentation. Then they show the four main components of effective speaking for an audience of any size:
Mental Effectiveness, Visual Effectiveness, Vocal Effectiveness and Verbal Effectiveness.
Participants will learn:
- What causes public-speaking fear and how to avoid it
- The roles of appearance and body language
- How to most effectively communicate your message
- Confidence-building techniques
- Leader's Guide PDF
- (Support materials will be emailed to buyers)
Praise for Speaking Effectively to One or One-Thousand:
"This program drives home the importance of developing trust and believability. This is NOT a program about how to develop a presentation. It IS a program about how to make four key components--mental rehearsal, your appearance, body language, and practice--work for you."
-The Bob Pike Group
"It addresses the common concerns that people have about public speaking and gives them tools to overcome their stage fright."
-Dr. Michael J. Provitera
-Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior
"An effective and enjoyable film, which we use for adults in business presentations, communications and advanced selling courses."
-David Grypp, Ph.D
-Fastrak Marketing Coordinator
-Milwaukee Area Technical College