Saturday, March 25, 2023
5600 Post Rd, Dublin, OH 43017
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Members Only
Passion for the Platform
Gary Rifkin, CSP
Cavett Award Winner
Gary will help us channel the passion we have for what we do into value for our audiences. This seminar is hands-on with Hot Seats so we can workshop our craft together.
This highly interactive workshop is focused on helping you become more eloquent with your expertise, more focused on your audience, and more passionate about this amazing business. Whether you're a beginning speaker or a member of the Speaker Hall of Fame, you'll get tips and techniques that will help you shine in front of any audience.
By attending this program you will:
- Learn the special "4-Questions" formula to ensure your presentation is audience-focused
- Create attention-getting openings, impactful stories and action-oriented closings that inspire your audience
- Build more confidence and competence on the platform
Passion for the Platform - Hot Seats
Getting better as a speaker is not a spectator sport. At NSA Ohio's March Seminar featuring speaker coach and trainer Gary Rifkin, you will have the opportunity to hone your skills at a special "Hot Seat" session, where you will have a one-on-one speech coaching session with Gary in front of a caring audience. You will build more confidence and competence on the platform while also learning from your peers. Spaces for this unique opportunity are limited so register for the seminar today and email Jim Canterucci at Email Jim to sign-up for a Hot Seat.
Note from Gary about Hot Seats:
The hot seat can be anything you want it to be. You can work on re-crafting your opening, re-framing your content, or even just fine-tuning a segment you are already delivering. Usually folks are working on a story or figuring out how to bridge the story to a message (or vice versa). It's likely that you don't need more than 5-7 minutes of content. Oh, and I'll probably interrupt you about 20 times as you're delivering! I promise it will be fun and not too painful. :-)