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Webinar: The Art of Communication

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Communication is a skill and like a muscle, it takes time to train and strengthen.

Over the course of 1.5 hours, we will collectively practice techniques engineered to help you communicate confidently and without apology in professional settings. You'll leave with an understanding of how to leverage your voice in order to successfully advocate for yourself and your ideas. Particular focus will be spent on how to harness the power of tone, breath, and physical presence in order to command any room you enter.

Key takeaways:

• Identify unconscious behaviors that undermine your authority

• Build executive presence

• Diffuse nerves

• Learn how to command a room

• Understand your unique communication style

• Improve vocal command and control

• Understand how to prepare to speak authentically in public

 

About Bespoken:

We don't tell you what to say or how to say it. We give you tools tailored for your voice so you can make powerful verbal and physical choices on your own. Using practical theatrical techniques backed by science, our method is designed to systematically strengthen communication and presentation skills so you can confidently and comfortably own your ideas. www.bespokenpartners.com | @bespokenNY

 

About Jackie:

Jackie Miller is a communication coach and the co-founder of Bespoken, a New York City-based communication-coaching firm offering customized professional development training for individuals and groups. Recent clients include MAKERS at Oath (formerly AOL), Columbia Business School, and Global Health Corps. Jackie finds the audience and performer relationship endlessly fascinating. She has amassed over a decade of experience as a director and curator of cultural public programming in New York City, most recently as Artistic Director of Only Make Believe, serving as the company's creative lead. jackie@bespokenpartners.com

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