Public Speaking TrainingThey say that Marcus Tullius Cicero’s recitation of the alphabet could move an audience to tears — and the Romans only had 24 letters. We’ve all seen poor public speakers mangle a good text, undermine a good message and embarrass themselves and their organization.
So, would you rather be that guy? Or would you rather be Cicero?
Okay, we won’t promise to make you a new Cicero. But we will teach you the techniques of effective public speaking. We’ll show you how to prepare. We’ll help you with posture and breathing. We’ll teach you techniques to improve both clarity and projection.