We all want to be able to be a confident speaker, whether for work, study, or in social settings. But for most of us, anxiety and fear inevitably gets in the way, even when talking with people we know.
The good news is you don’t have to overcome this anxiety and fear to become a confident speaker. You can learn how to manage and work with it to your advantage and gain the ability to be a persuasive communicator.
The only way to do this is to learn and then practise. We support you in doing this; to achieve your goal to speak confidently.
Gaye is a human resources practitioner and trainer with considerable experience gained in a variety of manufacturing, retail, IT and service industries both at a strategic and practical implementation level. For the past 20 years she has run her own human resources consulting business. Recently Gaye has leveraged her extensive human resources experience, coaching capabilities and understanding of the market, to coach individuals through career transition processes, ensuring successful outcomes for candidates.
An experienced presenter and Toastmaster, Gaye also works with individuals helping them to take away the terror in talking before an audience, increasing their self confidence benefiting them in both career and personal life.
Tim is an experienced teacher who has not only taught in primary schools in New Zealand but also in universities and high schools in Japan and China. As a Toastmaster Tim has won the national Impromptu Speech Contest and has been a finalist in the Humorous speaking contest. He enjoys helping people work through their initial anxiety and developing their confidence in speaking.
Tim holds a Master of Teaching (Primary) from the University of Auckland and a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) in International Business from Victoria University of Wellington.
Fear-less Public Speaking will soon be teaming up with Speak Confidently to offer programmes targeted at school leavers and young adults who want to improve their speaking skills to assist with further studies and enhance their employment prospects.
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Where and When
For Business and School Programmes we come to you!
For Individual Programmes
First 6 week public programmes for 2020
Wednesday 26 February - Wednesday 1 April 2020.
6.15 – 8.30 pm
Mt Albert Community Centre
773 New North Rd, Mount Albert, Auckland
Tuesday 18 February - Tuesday 24 March.
6.30 – 8.45 pm
Uxbridge Arts and Culture Centre
35 Uxbridge Road, Howick, Auckland
Programme Investment: $425 including GST