Free Lecture: Public Speaking Made Easy

Public Speaking Made Easy, a free lecture presented by Richard Feder will be held Thursday, Sept. 29, 7 p.m., at the YMCA of Greenwich.

Many people feel uncomfortable thinking about talking before a group. Most think they do not do it well  Giving a successful speech and enjoying the experience are learnable skills. This workshop presents ways to get comfortable speaking before a group and ways to improve the speeches you give.

This program covers how to:

– Avoid Embarrassment

– Turn a Lecture into an informal discussion

– Deliver a speech without notes

– Research your subject

– Organize your materials

– Making your audience feel listening to your talk was time well-spent

Richard Feder is a management consultant with thirty years of experience teaching people to deliver talks that are clear and persuasive. He has worked with many Fortune 500 companies including Kraft Foods, Citibank, Colgate-Palmolive, Campbell Soup, American Express, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Nestle, General Motors, the NBA, and the NFL. He has taught at the graduate schools of University of Connecticut and Pace University, and has a BA degree from Yale and an MBA from Harvard. He is the author of articles that have appeared in Training & Development, Advertising Age, and the Harvard Business Review.

To reserve space, sign up at the YMCA main desk, or contact Betsy Culeman at 203-669-1630 (ext. 306) or [email protected]

Richard Feder

Richard Feder

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