Invitational speaking
1 / 18

Invitational Speaking - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Uploaded on

Invitational Speaking. Chapter 16. Invitational Speaking. Clarify positions Explore issues & ideas Articulate beliefs & values Continue public dialogue. Invitational Speaking Environment. Understanding, respecting & appreciating range of positions possible on an issue

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Invitational Speaking' - JasminFlorian

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Invitational speaking l.jpg


Chapter 16

Invitational speaking2 l.jpg
Invitational Speaking

  • Clarify positions

  • Explore issues & ideas

  • Articulate beliefs & values

  • Continue public dialogue

Invitational speaking environment l.jpg
Invitational SpeakingEnvironment

  • Understanding, respecting & appreciating range of positions possible on an issue

  • Even if those positions are different from the speaker’s

Conditions for invitational environment l.jpg
Conditions for Invitational Environment

  • Equality

  • Value

  • Self-determination

Condition of equality l.jpg
Condition of Equality

  • See audience as holding valid perspectives & positions worthy of exploration

Condition of value l.jpg
Condition of Value

  • Recognizing views of audience, although different, have inherent value

Condition of self determination l.jpg
Condition ofSelf-Determination

  • Recognizing members of audience are experts in their own lives

  • Recognizing people know what is best for them & have right to make choices about their lives

Types of invitational speeches l.jpg
Types ofInvitational Speeches

  • To articulate a position

  • To explore an issue

See Amanda Bucknam’s

Invitational Speech

in the text on p. 353

To articulate a position l.jpg
To Articulate a Position

  • Explain position & discuss with audience so they might understand you & your position more fully

To explore an issue l.jpg
To Explore an Issue

  • To discover what audience thinks

  • To understand audience’s views

Speeches to articulate a position l.jpg
Speeches toArticulate a Position

  • Invite audience to see the world as you do & to understand issues from your perspective

Speeches to explore an issue l.jpg
Speeches toExplore an Issue

  • Engage audience in discussion about an idea, concern, topic, or plan of action

See Cara Buckley-Ott’s speech at the Interactive Student and Professional Speeches Website.

Organizational patterns for invitational speeches l.jpg
Organizational Patterns for Invitational Speeches

  • Chronological

  • Spatial

  • Topical

  • Multiple Perspectives

Multiple perspectives pattern l.jpg
Multiple Perspectives Pattern

  • Allows speaker to address many sides & positions of an issue

Tips for giving effective invitational speeches l.jpg
Tips for Giving EffectiveInvitational Speeches

  • Know your position

  • Use invitational language

  • Allow time for discussion

Equality l.jpg

  • All positions have merit

  • Positions are viable for people who hold them, even if not for you

Use invitational language l.jpg
Use Invitational Language

  • Offers speaker’s view as one possible view but not as “the best” view

  • Use phrases that display respect for & openness to other positions

Ethical invitational speaking l.jpg
Ethical Invitational Speaking

  • Presenting a topic that the speaker is open to discussing

  • Purpose is mutual understanding