How women can become engaging, memorable, and fearless speakers

 

What is holding you back from achieving the next step in your career? For women to lead, influence, and make a difference on the global stage, we must overcome speaker anxiety and embrace our authenticity. In Out Front: How Women Can Become Engaging, Memorable and Fearless Speakers, Deborah Shames guides you through the process of learning the skills to communicate effectively and present with confidence, precision, and purpose.

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For 15 years, Deborah Shames ran Focal Point Productions and Deborah Films in Sausalito, CA. These were the only female owned and operated production companies in Northern California. Even though Deborah competed and won many awards for her directing and producing, she was an unseen force behind the camera.

 

So Deborah expanded her horizon and co-founded Eloqui to train executives in presentation and communication skills. She fought her stage fright, and began to embrace her own voice, authenticity, and true power. After more than 15 years of training A-list entertainers, political candidates, CEOs, and other professionals how to speak and communicate more effectively, Deborah now shares her expertise with Out Front: How Women Can Become Engaging, Memorable and Fearless Speakers.

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More than 75% of people experience stage fright. These tips will help you overcome your fears to nail your next speech. See video

Visual snapshots, novelty and surprise, and authenticity are the three things you need to include in your next presentation to make sure you standout! See video

Out Front is dedicated to women like Lu, who are committed to conquering their fears and making a difference in the world. Deborah Shames, Presentation & Communication Specialist/Author of the books, “Out Front” and “Own the Room” shares the story of Lu, who never gave up and learned to overcome her fear of public speaking. See video

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