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Public Speaking Workshop. Bryan Lozick SW National President. Overview. Why Is It Important? The Facts Basics Techniques Activity Debrief. Why Is It Important?. Professional Development Companies expect excellent communication Verbally and written Present and share ideas

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Public Speaking Workshop

Bryan Lozick

SW National President


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Overview

  • Why Is It Important?

  • The Facts

  • Basics

  • Techniques

  • Activity

  • Debrief


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Why Is It Important?

  • Professional Development

  • Companies expect excellent communication

    • Verbally and written

  • Present and share ideas

  • Effectively communicating, convincing, persuading

  • Utilized everyday in the working world


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The Facts

  • Art of Public Speaking dates to 2,500 B.C. and further

    • Rome, Greece, Egypt

    • Spoken history, oral traditions, and politics

  • “20-85% of people experience more or less anxiety when they need to speak in public”

  • Glossophobia – fear of public speaking

    • One of the top fears


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Basics

  • Aristotle’s The Art of Rhetoric

    • Outlines the main methods a speaker employs to reach the audience

    • Pathos

      • Utilizing emotion to persuade the listener

    • Ethos

      • Relying on the speaker’s reputation, heritage or history

    • Logos

      • Using a logical argument in addition to facts and data to convince

  • An effective speaker uses ALL 3 ELEMENTS while speaking


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Technique

  • Eye Contact

    • When using note cards, Power Point, paper

    • Speak to audience

  • Vocal Quality

    • Change pitch, tone - accentuate!

    • Avoid Charlie Brown Syndrome

    • Maintain volume

    • Project your voice!

  • Speak about what you know


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Technique (cont.)

  • Stay Animated

    • Utilize hands, body language, facial expressions

    • Showcase interest, passion, knowledge

  • Maintain Pace

    • Not too fast, not too slow --- clear and concise

  • BE PASSIONATE

    • Fake it ‘till you make it


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Activity

  • Split into groups - about 4 people each

  • Each person chooses topic at random

  • Speak for 1 – 2 minutes to group

  • Group critiques on qualities

    • Style

    • Use of Ethos, Pathos, Logos

    • Technique


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Debrief

  • Public Speaking is an important tool in school and later in career

  • Something you can practice in Silver Wings and in class

  • Utilize in chapter meetings, recruitment

  • You get more comfortable the more times you do it!

  • All professionals have a need to be a solid speaker

    • Educators

    • Military

    • Technical

    • Business


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