Persuasive Communication for Women Leaders
Thursday June 26, 2014
New York Society for Ethical Culture New York, NY
As women, we are leading in new ways and learning to activate the power of our voice when conveying ideas and catalyzing action. In this highly personalized workshop designed for leaders, we devise strategies to strengthen our skills to communicate with increased confidence, clarity, and impact, covering topics such as gender and communication, nonverbal communication strategies, the use of voice to convey leadership, and specific persuasive strategies that influence audiences. We also address ways to overcome blocks to effective communication.
Each participant has the opportunity to deliver a personal presentation that will be video recorded. Presentations may include introductions, mock interviews, fundraising pitches, or political appeals. Instruction includes personal coaching from Tannenbaum, as well as feedback from other participants.
Enrollment is limited to 10; please register early. Limited scholarships are available; call 877.944.2002 for more information. This intensive begins Thursday morning, June 26 at 9:00 a.m. and ends Thursday afternoon, June 26 at 5:00 p.m. Lunch will be served and is included in the tuition.
Barbara Tannenbaum is president of Dynamic Communication and senior lecturer in the Department of Theatre, Speech, and Dance at Brown University. As a teacher, lecturer, and advisor she has worked for over 20 with many international leaders and with prominent nonprofit and for-profit organizations, including the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Yahoo!, and Lehman Brothers. dyncomm.com
The views, content and opinions expressed during this event are solely those of the presenter and are not endorsed by the New York Society for Ethical Culture and its membership.