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When the Heat is On: Persuasive Speaking on Environmental Risk, Controversies, and High-Stakes Topics: Part Two
RCOM-452
Hosted by Northwest Environmental Training Center

This two day class includes everything in 'When the Heat is On: Persuasive Speaking on Environmental Risk, Controversies, and High-Stakes Topics: Part One. See the course description here for Part One of the When the Heat is On: Persuasive Speaking on Environmental Risk, Controversies, and High-Stakes Topics"

The second day focuses on the advanced skills needed for making impromptu presentations for when you have to speak ‘in the moment'-—those times when you have to make impromptu remarks like discussion panels, media interviews, answering questions, etc.  

You will learn how to present yourself and your information in the best possible way using five impromptu speaking models and with stagecraft techniques used by professional speakers.  Having the ability to think on your feet and to quickly articulate your thoughts is a vital skill, especially in communicating about environmental risk and other controversial, hot topic issues.

Environmental professionals have important information and an important message for stakeholders and decision makers. Make sure your ‘spur of the moment’ communications are heard and that your messages stick in the minds of your audience.  Come prepared to learn from the instructor and learn from one another in a highly interactive and fun workshop where you will get the chance to practice and receive helpful coaching to improve your personal skill set.   

For general information contact Ralph Fontaine by telephone at (425) 270-32 or via e-mail at rfontaine@nwetc.org

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