Author(s): Maggie Eyre
We all need to speak in public at some time in our lives - whether it's in front of a microphone to a large business audience or when giving the toast at a wedding or other family occasion. But most of us find the task daunting. Maggie Eyre shows how to transform fears with self-belief so that anyone can speak in public with ease and flair. Find out how to: structure and write the most appropriate speech for your audience; give the right impression; look after and develop your voice; conquer stage fright; prepare and rehearse with purpose; warm up properly; use technology effectively; convey your message with clarity and conviction; and, connect with your audience and stimulate change in the minds of your listeners.
The perfect guide for learning to speak in public with ease and flair.
Maggie Eyre is a communications consultant and media trainer, specializing in public relations, corporate training and presentation skills. She has trained many senior business executives, media personalities and public figures, most notably New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark, who has written the Preface. Originally from New Zealand, she is now based in London where she runs coaching workshops and one-to-one seminars.