Public Speaking: Speak Up For Your Nonprofit
This event is part of the series:
November 28, 2017
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Speaker: Jeanne Allen, firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is designed for those working with nonprofit organizations. It covers unique challenges and opportunities you face when trying to get your message heard. Learn techniques for learning about audiences in advance in order to tailor a speech.
Discuss how to: develop customized openings and closings for different presentations; create and use audiovisuals; reduce preparation time; and to create effective presentations using a proven outline format. This innovative class allows you to discover and use your natural strengths while engaging one person, a mid-size audience, or a large group.
Key Learning Objectives
1. Understand how to develop customized openings and closings for different presentations.
2. Learn techniques for learning about audiences in advance of your speech/presentation.
Bio: Jeanne Allen has over 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector in a variety of management and staff positions, including instructor in the Duke University Nonprofit Management Program; independent consultant, Management Consultant at Girl Scouts USA National Headquarters; and Assistant Dean, Multicultural Programs, Westchester (NY) Community College. Ms. Allen holds an Ed.S. In Instructional Systems Technology and MS in Adult Education from Indiana University. She is a Board Source Certified Governance Trainer.