The Washington Post reported that Americans fear public speaking over Heights, Snakes, Drowning, Needles, Zombies, Clowns, and Ghosts.
A survey of human resource officials revealed that only 25% of today’s college graduates enter the workforce with well-developed speaking skills.
Providing the audience with techniques
to enhance their public speaking.
- Develop speaking skills that the audience can use NOW.
- Useful tips on reducing the fears of public speaking when giving an oral report.
- Improve listening, enhance classroom skills, help express ideas and influence others.
- Public speaking is a great self-esteem booster and builds courage among shy first-year students.
- Instill good public speaking habits that first-year students can use for the rest of their lives.
Common problems are:
- Lack of Preparation
- Embarrassed to Participate
- Fear of Being Wrong
- Language Barriers
Speaking From Experience
Reduce public speaking fears in students, allowing them to transfer these skills to other classes, communities, colleges, and jobs.
Dale’s time on stage begins as a party. In one moment, students are laughing hysterically, moving their hands, and shouting at the top of their lungs.
Only minutes later, that same room is silent; students find themselves hanging on to every word of Dale’s heartfelt and challenging message. At this point, the students in attendance realize they are no longer watching a presentation to an audience of hundreds or even thousands—they hear their own personal call to action.
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Visual Balloon Art
Teachers will detect a balanced presentation between a professional speaker and a good-humored entertainer. Dale shares his 30+ years of personal experience gained as a professional educator, speaker, and entertainer. His goal is to share his techniques with high school students in overcoming their fear of public speaking.
- 45 Minute Presentation
- Audience Participation
- Q & A Session
Reducing public speaking fears helps students in areas of:
- public speaking
- critical thinking
- managing conflict constructively
- leadership skills
- conducting effective business meetings
- solving problems as a member of a group or team.
“Great presentation, but what stood out to me was how well the kids enjoyed the presentation.” Jim Musser, Oak Forest High School
Art of Public Speaking, practice it now and call (708) 744-0234
- Presenter at TEDx Naperville
- Masters Degree in Communication and Training
- 30+ Years as a Professional Entertainer
- Corporate Trainer
- V.P. Of Public Relations for the Orland Park Toastmasters
- Married and father of two sons.
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