Sioux City Growth Organization presents
Even the most eloquent and charismatic speakers often wish they had better public speaking skills. The better you are at something, the more you notice little mistakes and flaws, which can inspire doubt in even the most seasoned speakers.
Whether it’s a sales presentation that didn’t quite go as planned, or an opportunity turned down because of a fear of public speaking, all of us have faced situations where better public speaking skills would have altered the course of our life.
This is especially true for people who suffer from a crippling fear of public speaking, fear which often holds them back from opportunities for leadership and advancement.
This workshop will focus on implementing strategies to help those who would like to take their public speaking to the next level.
Betty Skewis-Arnett is a Professor of Theatre at Morningside College. She has her BA from Morningside and her MFA in Theatre from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
She will officially be moving on to her second act soon, retiring from the college after 30 years. She is enjoying branching out into the Siouxland community, sharing her knowledge as a theatre professional. She works as a vocal coach, with groups and individuals on the vocal and physical aspects of public speaking. Helping to improve speaking voices, bring physical awareness, such as posture, to light and heighten the communication process overall.
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