CREATIVE COMPLEXITY Module Description

The three P’s of Public Speaking
Facilitator
Kees Broos
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Duration
2 days

Develop as a person

Short description

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Most people feel generally uncomfortable to speak or express their ideas in a clear and per- Achieve global impact suasive way to a larger group. Conveniently, it is CO labeled “the fear of public speaking”. Contrary to N SP VE HE RG RE IN what many think public speaking is a skill that can S G be taught, learned and improved. In this two-day workshop we will touch on the importance of atTimetable (draft) taining public speaking skills, find ways to feel more Tuesday, 20 February 2013 comfortable to speak or express ideas to a larger group, develop strategies to turn fear into a compan- 09.00–10.00 Your mind set ion and have fun in extending our comfort zone in 10.15–11.15 Elements of a speech the field of oral communication. 11.20–12.25 Constructive feedback (evaluation) Following principle “Hear and you may forget, see 13.15–14.00 Analyzing a speech and you may remember, do and you will acquire” 14.15–15.00 Table topics session there will be a lot of interactivity with lots of exer- 15.00–17.00 Icebreakers cises to grow and nurture your confidence. The three P’s: prepare, practice and present will be dealt with Wednesday, 21 February 2013 in different ways. 09.00–10.00 Organize your speech In a world where the written word is starting to ap- 10.15–12.30 Get to the point and let your body pear in many forms of social media, the value of oral speak communication is in danger of being overlooked. The 13.15–14.00 Steve Jobs on PPP spoken word, however, expresses emotion, sincerity 14.15–17.00 Deliver YOUR speech and is often accompanied by gestures. A voice is as unique as a fingerprint. Voice modulation cannot be Material, preparation replaced with the written word. 1. Please watch the presentation by John Cleese on creativity on http://www.youtube.com/ Learning goals watch?v=VShmtsLhkQg • Participants will understand the importance of 2. Read the text of the ‘I have a dream’ speech competence in public speaking. by Martin Luther King on http://grammar.about. • Participants will be able to implement tools to com/od/classicessays/a/dreamspeech.htm grow their oral communication skills. 3. Please bring an item that is very special or valu• Participants will feel more comfortable with oral able to you. presentations and as a consequence will grow as a person.

Lead teams and organizations

Activities

Speech analysis of the written and oral form, Prepare mini speeches, practice speeches, deliver speeches, constructive feedback on speeches.

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