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Public speaking is challenging for most people. There are a few out there who are completely comfortable getting up in front of a group of people to give a speech or presentation, but they’re the exception to the rule. Unfortunately, there are going to be times where you’re required to stand up and give an important presentation – maybe one that will help you to advance in your career or aid your company in making a big breakthrough.

Successfully Speaking offers online webinars to help you improve your presentation skills and achieve excellence in communication.



“Before taking this class I was not confident when public speaking or presenting to large groups of people. I became nervous and awkward. I really didn’t know how it felt to “own the room.” Now I feel much more confident and secure and have the tools to handle anxiety and fear. Peer review and videotaping was effective for me and provided me the opportunity to improve each week and work on my verbal and visual skills...”
— Mary C. Wallace RN, BSN, CIC // Manager, Infection Prevention and Control, Northwest Hospital

Align the 3 V's of Communication

  • VISUAL - How you look
  • VOCAL - How you sound
  • VERBAL - What you say

Webinar Details:

The Online Interactive Webinar is 2 hours and limited to 6 people for each webinar.

The webinar includes:

“I thought the training session was fantastic, and attacked the issues of public presentation from several angles. The trainer, Lynda Katz Wilner, also did a great deal to customize the session to the particulars of our industry.
Lynda had a number of unique approaches which I had not learned about from any previous media trainer. “
— Brian Reynolds // President, Big Huge Games, Timonium, MD
  • Pre-seminar survey/needs assessment
  • Opportunity to speak to the small group via webcam
  • Recording of the seminar at completion

Webinar Objectives:

  1. The participant will learn best practices for  non-verbal communication
  2. The participant will learn strategies to reduce vocal distractors (word fillers, uptalk, low pitch "vocal fry")
  3. The participant will learn how to speak concisely with minimal preparation.