Public Speaking Essentials Training 5 Course Bundle


Get Conquering Your Fear of Speaking in Public, Conversational Leadership, Managing Pressure & Maintaining Balance, Building Your Self Esteem & Assertiveness Skills and Communication Strategies in this Bundle

Conquering Your Fear of Speaking in Public: Be a Confident Public Speaker! Learn to Conquer your fear

Do you get nervous when presenting at company meetings? Do you find it hard to make conversation at social events? Do you lock up in awkward social situations? If so, this course can help you conquer your nerves and speak confidently in public.

To begin this Conquering Your Fear of Speaking in Public course, you’ll review some of the basics of communication. Then, you’ll learn how to make small talk, develop conversations, speak well, dress appropriately, and control nervousness. To wrap things up, you’ll learn how to handle specific scenarios, like meetings and sticky social situations.

Conversational Leadership: Learn the Basics of Conversational Leadership

This Conversational Leadership course will help you develop your conversational leadership skills by focusing on meaningful conversations and communication. You will also learn about the World Café model, which you can use to foster input and conversation for any problem at hand.

In this Conversational Leadership course, you will learn about the fundamental elements of meaningful conversations, the four-I model of organizational conversation, the conversational leadership framework, and the World Café model. All of these tools will help you become a conversational leader and build stronger teams in your workplace.

Managing Pressure and Maintaining Balance: Get Ahead In Life By Managing Pressure And Maintaining Balance

When things are extremely busy at work and you have your hands full with many tasks, having skills you can draw on are essential for peace of mind and growth. This course will give you ways to manage the pressure and maintain balance in your life.

This course will teach you about the causes and costs of workplace pressure, the benefits of creating balance, and how to identify pressure points. You will also learn how to apply emotional intelligence, increase optimism and resilience, and develop strategies for getting ahead.

Building Your Self Esteem and Assertiveness Skills: Explore What Self-esteem Is

Ayn Rand once said, “The man who does not value himself, cannot value anything or anyone.” This course will give you some techniques that can dramatically change how you feel about yourself and how you approach the world.

In this course, you will explore what self-esteem is and where low self-esteem comes from. You will also learn ways to build your self-esteem, get what you want, and make others feel better about themselves.

Communication Strategies: Learn The Various Aspects Of Communication

Each day, we communicate with others through our spoken words, body language, and written communication. This course can show you how to make sure you’re sending the right message.

This course will teach you all about the various aspects of communication. You’ll learn about asking questions, probing for information, active listening, and body language. Supporting skills are also covered, such as self-esteem, building relationships with others, and assertiveness.

What’s Included?

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Course 1 – Certificate In Conquering Your Fear of Speaking in Public

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives

Session 2: Good Communication Skills

Defining Communication
How We Define Communication
Pre-Assignment Review
Group Presentations
Barriers to Communication

Session 3: Interpersonal Skills

Active Listening
Responding to Feelings
Reading Cues
Demonstration Cues
Tips for Becoming a Better Listener
Being a Better Listener
Why Don’t People Listen?
Not Listening
Asking Questions
Good Listeners
Looking at Your Listeners

Session 4: Getting Comfortable in Conversation

Four Levels
Level One: Small Talk
Making Small Talk
Level Two: Fact Disclosure
Level Three: Viewpoints and Opinions
Level Four: Personal Feelings
Small Talk Example

Session 5: Practicing Dialogue

The Limber Voice
The Limber Voice: Hyoid Limbering
The Limber Voice: Hum
The Limber Voice: Sighing
The Limber Voice: The Diaphragmatic Breath
The Limber Voice: The Food and Exercise Factor
Making Conversation

Session 6: Redesigning Yourself for Strength

Facial Expressions
Body Language
Using the Elements

Session 7: Professionalism

Looking Professional
Making a Good Impression
Being Professional
Hosting an Event
Speaking Professionally

Session 8: Maximizing Meetings

Four Areas of Opportunity
Area Three: Participate
Area Four: Concentrate on Your Message
Fifteen Ways to Master a Meeting
Mastering Your Meeting

Session 9: Sticky Situations

Dreadful Times

Session 10: Controlling Nervousness

About Nerves
Controlling Physical Nervousness
Capitalizing on the Law of Attraction
Attracting Good and Bad

Session 11: Tell Me a Story

Teaching Me a Lesson

Session 12: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 2 – Certificate In Conversational Leadership

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives

Session 2: What’s In A Word?

Pre-Assignment Review, Part One
Pre-Assignment Review, Part Two
What is Conversational Leadership?

Session 3: Fundamental Elements

Designing Meaningful Conversations
Building Your Personal Skills
Tips for Becoming a Better Listener

Session 4: The Four-I Model of Organizational Conversation

The Four Features
Replacing Corporate Communication
Evolving Communication Techniques
Case Study
Making Connections
Looking at Inclusive Communications
Case Studies
Creating a Conversational Strategy
Sample Strategy Elements
Common Language
Making Connections

Session 5: The Conversational Leadership Framework

Getting Started, Part One
Getting Started, Part Two
Powerful Conversations
Case Study
Making Connections
Creating the Conversation
Identifying Your Purpose
The Physical Setup
The Finishing Touches
Above and Beyond
Involving Your Stakeholders
Applying the Concepts
Developing the Questions
Leveraging Appreciative Inquiry, Part One
Leveraging Appreciative Inquiry, Part Two
Getting It Right
Taking It Further
Getting to the Goal
Making Connections
Innovative Leadership
Building Common Ground
Questions to Consider

Session 6: World Café

Setting Up
Where the Magic Happens
Round 1: Starting the Conversation
Round 2: Connections Start
Round 3: Back to the Beginning
Round 4: Conversation of the Whole

Session 7: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 3 – Certificate In Managing Pressure and Maintaining Balance

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives

Session 2: Under Pressure!

Understanding Pressure
Costs to the Employee
Costs to Society
Benefits of Creating Balance
Pre-Assignment Review
What the Statements Mean

Session 3: Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Identifying Your Pressure Points
What Are Your Pressure Points?
Creating an Action Plan
Pressure Point One
Pressure Point Two
Pressure Point Three
Getting Prepared
Considering Our Resources
Asking for Help
Finding the Right Helper
Making Connections

Session 4: Emotional Intelligence

The Seven Human Emotions
What Do Emotions Tell Us?
The Emotional Map
Plutchiks Wheel of Emotions
Validating Emotions in Others
Technique Two: SOLER
Communication Tips and Tricks
Words of Wisdom
What is Optimism?
Making the Shift
What is Pessimism?
Words of Wisdom

Session 5: Coping Toolkit

Building the Stress Management Kit
What is Anger?
Controlling Our Response
The Five Dimensions of Anger
Making Connections
Expressing Yourself
I Messages
The Assertive Formula
Making Connections

Session 6: Getting Organized

Why Prioritize?
Identifying the Must-Do List
Getting Help
Doing It!

Session 7: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 4 – Certificate In Building Your Self Esteem and Assertiveness Skills

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives
Pre-Assignment, Part 1
Pre-Assignment, Part 2
Pre-Assignment, Part 3

Session 2: What Is Self-Esteem?

Defining Self-Esteem
Self-Esteem and Confidence
Origins of Low Self-Esteem
Conditioned Behavior
Changing the Conditioning
Putting Things in Perspective

Session 3: Improving Self-Esteem

Stop Spreading Negative Messages
Negative and Negating Comments
Changing Your Language
Throw out Perfectionism
Creating Healthy Patterns

Session 4: Building Self-Esteem

Building Confidence in Others
Putting Others at Ease
Presenting Yourself Well
Creating Positive Impressions
Our Thoughts on Creating Impressions
Choosing Your Actions

Session 5: Increasing Our Self-Esteem

Assessing Internal Factors
Building Up and Tearing Down
Our Thoughts on Building and Tearing
Where Am I?

Session 6: Esteemed Confidence

Techniques that Work
Pretend You Are Confident
Technique 1
When Your Positive Self-Talk Doesn’t Listen
Technique 2
When You Meet People, Look Them in the Eye
Technique 3
Technique 4
Know Your Stuff
Technique 5
Rehearsal is the Best Confidence Builder
Technique 6
Every Day, Remind Yourself That You Have Done Some Things Well
Technique 7
Read Inspiring Biographies and Autobiographies
Technique 8
Be Thankful
Technique 9
Push Yourself to Accomplish Short-Term Goals
Technique 10
Do Something for Yourself Every Week
Technique 11

Session 7: The Power of Thought

Identifying the Situations
Negative Thoughts
Controlling Your Thoughts
Flip it Around
Tyrone’s Thinking
Discussion Questions
Discussing Tyrone’s Thoughts
Avoiding Traps
Removing the Distortions

Session 8: Ask for What You Want

What Do You Want?
Ask Assertively and Effectively
Your Heart’s Desire
Marlene’s Story
Discussion Question

Session 9: Create What You Want

Identifying Dreams and Setting Goals
My Own Goal Setting

Session 10: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 5 – Certificate In Communication Strategies

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives
Pre-Course Assessment

Session 2: Creating Positive Relationships

Ten Quick Wins
Making Connections
The Power of Words

Session 3: Growing Our Self-Awareness

Do You Question Your Competence?
Competence Questionnaire
Developing Confidence

Session 4: Communication Basics

Defining a Skilled Communicator
Making Connections

Session 5: Communication Barriers

Case Study: New Neighbors
Common Barriers
Applying the Answers
Being Mindful

Session 6: Asking Questions

Asking Good Questions
Types of Open-Ended Questions
Introduction to Probing
Probing Methods
Pushing My Buttons

Session 7: Listening Skills

Can You Hear Me?
How Do You Rate Your Listening Ability?
Active Listening Skills
Responding to Feelings
Reading Cues
Demonstration Cues
Tips for Becoming a Better Listener
What Is Said and What Is Heard
Communication Situations

Session 8: Body Language

What Do Our Bodies Say?
Tips and Tricks
Managing Your Messages
The Signals People Send
Interpreting Gestures

Session 9: Communication Styles

Understanding Dichotomies
Making Connections
Advantages and Disadvantages
Dichotomies in Action
Step Two
Step Three

Session 10: Creating a Positive Self-Image

Seven Things People Determine from Your Appearance
Pre-Assignment Review

Session 11: Frame of Reference

Your Frame of Reference
Suspending Belief
Techniques for the Workplace
Prepare, Prepare, Prepare
Testing Our Theories
Delivering Your Message
Be Direct
Words to Watch Out For
Your Inner Self Talk
Thirty Ways to Persuade
Case Study: A Negative Image
I Messages
The Assertive Formula
Expressing Your No
The Persistent Response
Guidelines for Saying No

Session 12: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

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