Let Rob show you how to structure your speeches, give you memory techniques and tips on how to overcome your nerves.
Appointments are available on a one-to-one basis or in groups and are suited to your needs. Whether it’s your speech as best man or groom, or if you’ve been asked to tell your story to a local community group, Rob can help. Regardless of the size of your audience or the subject of your speech the skills Rob will give you you’ll be able to take with you to any event.
According to Harold Lasswell, a theorist in communication, there are five basic elements of public speaking: the communicator, message, medium, audience and effect.
In short, the speaker should be answering the question “who says what in which channel to whom with what effect?”
Public speaking, be it in front of twenty people or two-hundred can unease the most confident person. Although the name would suggest otherwise public speaking isn’t just about being in front of members the public. Your job could have you standing in front of many of your employees and colleagues, presenting information about your business.
Public speaking can serve the purpose of transmitting information, telling a story, motivating people to act or some combination of those. Public speaking can also take the form of a discourse community, in which the audience and speaker use discourse to achieve a common goal.
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