Public Speaking for Public Administrators

We continually harvest multiples of what we invested in taking this course. Even our clients are marvelled at the presentation mastery demonstrated by our Team! Andrew Ackah, Chief Executive Officer - Dentsu Aegis

We have come to the conclusion that the value offered by the Royal Centre for Public Speaking far exceeds the courses for which we send our staff oversees!  Millicent Narh, Deputy Governor - Bank of Ghana

The standing ovation accorded the Facilitator at the end of the course is a credible testimonial to his pedigree.       Wole Coker, Zonal Director - NTA, Africa's largest TV network

I highly recommend the Masterclass for every woman who has a vision. The change I have experienced is amazing! Enifome Onoyivwe, Port Harcourt

This course equips one with invaluable skills that multiply and enhances one's value Noble Nutifafa, Deputy Director - I.T., The Judicial Service of Ghana

In the words of Samuel Jonathan, "Public  Administration without Public Speaking is impossible". During the course of discharging their duties, every public official will eventually have to face the audience and articulate their ideas, insight and illustrations. However, one thing is certain; Whether the audience are members of the Press, governmental counterparts or the general public; when it is "showtime", it is too late for rehearsal!

"Public Speaking for Public Administrators" is a 2-week certificate course conducted by the Royal Centre for Public Speaking. On Tuesday, March 23, in collaboration with the Department of Public Administration and Local Government, the Royal Centre for Public will conduct a 1-day "clinic" version of this course. This 1-day learning experience will serve as an enriched introduction to the rudiments of public speaking.

A bref introduction of the Royal Centre for Public Speaking

Areas of Focus

  • Discovering, Identifying and Understanding your Personality Type, especially as it relates to stage-fright and pre-speech anxiety

  • Mastering and Overcoming Stage-Fright

  • Verbal Communication – How to incorporate words that build cooperation and facilitate “buy in” from your audience. Replacement of commonly used phrases which are erroneous such as “all protocol observed”. Simple steps to expand your vocabulary and broaden your audience. Eradication of vocalised pauses such as errhhh and ummhhh.

  • With the aid of Speech Workouts and Presentation Trials, enhance the Vocal Delivery of your speeches including tone, tempo, volume and volume

  • Synchronising your gesture, posture, facial expression and body language with your utterance. Eradication of mannerisms that readily diminish the efficacy of your delivery

  • How to commence your presentation and establish audience engagement

  • Transitioning from your Introduction and Opening to the Main Body and Conclusion

  • How to conclude with charisma and handle Q&A segments

  • Handling Extemporaneous Presentations and Impromptu Speeches

  • Public Speaking Etiquette

Date/Time:

March 23, 2020

 

Venue:

Department of Public Administration and Local Government

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