Keep Your Word
As mentioned in last week's column: 'In a small town, word of mou
INNISFAIL Toastmasters Club is hosting another Professional Communication workshop on Sunday, August 22.
Back by popular demand, the workshop costs $99 and runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm at the Community Support Centre Innisfail, 13 Donald Street.
David Burston, a highly experienced trainer, has coached many TEDx JCU speakers, as well as trained or coached over 1,000 participants to build their communication and leadership skills in Queensland, Northern Territory, and Papua New Guinea.
This is the third workshop run by Innisfail Toastmasters Club, which has helped people improve their communication skills for 52 years.
There are many outcomes to be gained from the workshop, including being comfortable presenting, efficient speech planning, connecting with your audience, confident impromptu speaking, interactive, and interesting and entertaining communication
Staff from local businesses, such as hairdressers, barbers, beauty salons, doctors’ surgeries, banks, supermarkets, accountants, and local Councils, will benefit from the workshop as it will assist to increase sales and engagement by building confidence and improving communication skills.
This workshop will also assist with developing stronger client relationships and less workplace conflict due to clear messaging.
It is great for anyone preparing for a wedding or any public speaking event and is the only workshop that will be run this year.
The workshop is highly effective and achieves results with a 100% 30-day money back guarantee, if there is no improvement in the communication skills of participants.For more information and workshop bookings, please visit www.bit.ly/SpeakInn.
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