Be a Dynamic Public Speaker With Taylor’s The Risers Workshop This 18 June 2022

Want to improve your public speaking skills? Learn from a communication specialist with 10 years of experience at this Taylor’s The Risers’ workshop, happening on 18 June 2022.

Published 01 Jun 2022

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Martin Luther King, Jr, Mister Rogers and Steve Jobs — what do all these figures have in common? They're all proof of how great public speakers can change the world.

Want to be just like them? Taylor’s is organising a workshop just for you.

This 18 June 2022, start improving your communication skills and learn the secret to becoming a dynamic and effective speaker with Taylor’s The Risers “Be a Dynamic Speaker: Tips to Build Confidence” workshop.

Led by Ms Sheila Yvonne, a Senior Lecturer at Taylor’s College who has over 10 years of experience in training and consulting, you’ll learn how to present your ideas and engage your audience in a convincing manner.

Interested? Keep on reading to learn more.

When and where?

Date: 18 June 2022 (Saturday)

Time: 10am – 12pm

Venue: You can register here.

Why should you attend?

The Risers’ “Be a Dynamic Speaker: Tips to build confidence” workshop is a great opportunity for you to:

  • Brush up on your communication skills with help from Sheila Yvonne, a communication specialist with 10 years worth of experience
  • Learn the secret to being a dynamic, effective and convincing speaker
  • Explore Taylor’s very own The Risers, a student community meant to empower you

Giving a speech in front of a crowd is not easy. But it's not impossible either. If you have always been looking for a way to improve your communication skills, now’s your chance.

Take advantage of this workshop and register for a seat now.

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