Women public speakers
Be The Eloquent Woman: A workshop on women and public speaking
Friday February 28, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM EST
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Metro Office, Buchanan Room
700 12th Street, N.W.
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
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About the trainer

Denise Graveline is a Washington, DC-based communications consultant and speaker trainer, and author of The Eloquent Woman, a popular blog on women and public speaking. She has trained thousands of executives, politicians, and others -- including speakers for the TEDMED conference -- in effective public speaking, presenting and media interview skills.

Registration for this workshop closes at midnight ET on Friday, February 21, 2014. Don't lose your seat!
Do women executives, leaders and politicians have a different experience as public speakers? You bet they do--but it may not just be about their nerves. It begins with the different audience perceptions of women speakers. Research shows:
You're invited to a unique professional development opportunity for women speakers and presenters, one that will:
  • Build your skills and confidence as a speaker and help you feel better prepared to speak;
  • Help you understand how women speakers are perceived, and how to subvert those expectations; and
  • Help you get more speaking gigs and find out what conference organizers really want. 

Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch, and followup materials you can use again and again. Please use the code NEWSL to get a $50 discount. I'm happy for you to share the discount with others.


There's a companion session taking place in Oxford, UK, on April 2 -- use the code Eloquence for a 25 percent discount for the UK workshop.

This is a small-group session and seats are limited, so click on the link below to register or RSVP today.
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I can't make it
Just hit "reply" to this email if you have questions or need more information. I'm also happy to discuss bringing this workshop to your workplace or conference.
Thanks for considering this unique professional development opportunity and for sharing it with colleagues. I look forward to seeing you at the workshop!
Denise Graveline