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Adaptive Strategies for Communicating when it Counts

Wednesday, January 10
5:30pm - 7:30pm

Interviewing? Competing to get your ideas heard? Influencing your team?

Join our free January workshop: Adaptive Strategies for Communicating when it Counts.

Speaker Lisa Stapleton belongs to four different Toastmaster's clubs. She is an expert at public speaking and works in the communications field -- she knows about speaking your point in a quick and powerful way.

During this talk, Lisa will address the best "planning" and practice for speaking spontaneously. Speakers need to understand, pre-plan and discover ways to mentally practice effective delivery of key messages. In a world where having a clear message makes a difference, come experience a workshop that will shows you how maximize your delivery when the message really counts.

Adaptive communication is a type of communication that's tailored to a person's needs and abilities, situationally chosen.

Come see Lisa speak and start improving your impromptu responses and adaptive abilities. Win prizes, enjoy refreshments and hear some great communication strategies!

Attend this free event: Wednesday, January 10th, 5:30-7:30, in the ITU Auditorium, hosted by the ITU Toastmasters Club.

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