Would you like to change how you feel about public speaking?
Speaking Circles®, originally conceived by Lee Glickstein, are a natural approach to self-expression. It is a practice of being yourself, present with your listeners one person at a time, just as you are.
Using these gentle, yet powerful practices, you will discover how to…
- Release your fear of public speaking
- Be comfortable with everyone’s eyes on you
- Have more impact and be a powerful presence
- Embrace all speaking opportunities that arise in your life.
In my speaking circle workshops you really CAN change the way you speak and feel in front of people. You can learn how to be more self-confident, and alter your life significantly. You can get your head around public speaking and then get on with the things you want to do.Q: Do you want to be comfortable being the center of attention?
It’s not just about formal public speaking or presentations – sometimes we find ourselves being noticed in a meeting or having everyone’s’ eyes on you at a party. You can discover new levels of confidence that will empower you in these impromptu experiences.Q: Do you want to have more impact with your presentations?
You can learn to be more comfortable even if you have spent years avoiding such situations. Or perhaps you already speak but find the experience exhausting. You CAN feel more ease, energy and mental space when you lead a group, in fact, I guarantee it!
The Speaking Circle approach makes it possible to be more yourself rather than putting on a persona or staying in fear. And its also about being passionate, connected, conversational and creative when it comes to business presentations – well on the road to presentation excellence.
At a Speaking Circle you are provided all the support you need to express yourself in your own time and in your own unique way, without fear or discomfort. Some call this depth of expression, “speaking from the heart,” “the authentic self” or “your real voice.” Whatever you call it, you will know when you are there.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts - enter at the back door, top of the ramp.
282 S. High Street, Sebastopol, 95472, CA, United States