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Public Speaking Workshop

On Monday June 19, 2017

What you will learn

1 day, $100 (breakfast and lunch included)

Learn the basics of message construction and delivery, and finally understand how the best communicators do it.

You'll receive practical lessons and personalized feedback, and participate in in-class exercises to make you a better, more confident public speaker.

Your instructors are communications professionals with decades of experience in public speaking instruction, so you'll benefit from their insight, real-world examples, and practical advice.

You'll learn to:

  • deliver speeches professionally
  • overcome common fears about speaking in public
  • organize and prepare effective speeches
  • think on your feet in impromptu speeches
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Details

Starts Monday, June 19

Mon. 19 9:00 - 4:00 PM

Location:
Leadership Institute
Steven P.J. Wood Building
1101 N Highland St
Arlington, VA 22201 Map
Cost

$100.00

Manager

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Autumn Campbell

Contact Autumn with your questions.

Your faculty

John Shosky

John Shosky

President, Roncalli Communications

John Shosky is the president of Roncalli Communications, Inc. He has been a professional speechwriter, consultant, coach, and trainer for thirty years. He has written almost 3000 speeches for government officials, political candidates, and public interest advocates. This amounts to over seven million words on the public record.

He has been a speechwriter at the highest levels of government. Dr. Shosky has served in the Reagan, Bush (41) and Bush (43) Administrations, working in the Executive Office of the President, White House Public Affairs, The Department of Health and Human Services, The Department of Education, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In addition, Dr. Shosky is the author of two books: Speaking to Lead, London: Biteback Publishing 2010, and The Words of our Time, London: Biteback Publishing 2012.

In a recent review of The Words of our Time, former Tony Blair speechwriter Phillip Collins wrote “Shosky's introduction is so full of insight and great tips that I wanted more. He knows what he is talking about.”