Dive into the art of public speaking and its pivotal role in navigating and excelling in the workplace, particularly when interacting with upper-tier executives. In today’s dynamic work environment, the ability to communicate effectively and persuasively in front of an audience is a crucial skill for career advancement. This webinar is tailored to empower professionals with the confidence and skills to deliver impactful presentations and speeches.
In "Command the Room: Public Speaking Skills for Workplace Leadership," we will explore the techniques and strategies that make public speaking a powerful tool in managing upward and across the workplace. This session will guide you through the process of crafting compelling messages, engaging diverse audiences, and leveraging your speaking skills to influence and lead effectively in any professional setting.
- Speech Construction: Crafting engaging and clear speeches for professional settings.
- Building Confidence: Overcoming public speaking anxiety for a commanding presence.
- Audience Adaptation: Tailoring speeches to different workplace audiences, including executives.
- Speech as Influence: Using public speaking to persuade and enhance leadership impact.
Presenter: Scientist, Professor Mary Bebawy
Mary Bebawy, PhD, is an internationally recognised biomedical researcher and pharmaceutical specialist. As a founding member of the Graduate School of Health and the School of Pharmacy at the University of Technology Sydney, she held the prestigious position of inaugural Director of Research and Innovation at UTS. With a wealth of experience, Mary excels in stakeholder engagement, business development, and strategic partnerships. A skilled communicator and negotiator, she has served in leadership roles on executive committees and is a sought-after speaker at international scientific meetings, including Harvard Medical School and Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Mary's contributions extend to chairing conferences and professional events in Australia and New Zealand. Recognised for her achievements by Women in Science Australia and the Royal Society of NSW, Mary received a Medal of Appreciation..
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the webinar?
The webinar is 45min of delivery + 15min questions.
How is it delivered?
The webinar is accessible from anywhere, as it will be conducted via a live video call using Zoom.
What if I can't attend live?
The online workshop will be recorded - if you purchase the course, you will receive a recording of the live recording afterwards.
How do I book?
You only need to purchase the webinar online to join. We'll take your pre-payment and provide all the access details to your registered email address.