Spiders? Fine. Flying? No problem. Public speaking? AHHHH! Just thinking about public speaking—known today as one of the greatest (and most common) fears amongst individuals—can make your palms sweat, tummy ache, and stress increase. Most people try to avoid it whether it's a team manager, CEO, or lead on a project. However, we all have the need to speak well in front of an audience at times during our lives. Everyone from the entrepreneur who is trying to sell their brand to a team lead who is presenting a company proposal, we all want to do well!
There are many ways to tackle the fear of speaking and learn to deliver a memorable speech, presentation, or even a team meeting. In this workshop, you will learn top tips of public speaking from the presentation, posture, pitch, and even how to compose your talk and pitch so that it's the most engaging and effective!
Don't let your fear get in the way any longer! Learn How to Take the Stage today!
Presented by NADA LENA NASSERDEEN, MA.
Nada Lena is the founder and CEO of Rise Up For You, Leadership and Career Confidence Coach, and TEDx Motivational Speaker. With over 10 years of experience as a college professor and former top
executive for an education corporation, Nada understands the importance of fusing education, empowerment, and leadership together as she works with her clients and speaks to audiences worldwide. She has toured the world as a singer, has a Master’s degree in Administrative Leadership, and has coached and mentored close to 50,000 individuals around the world on self empowerment, career strategy, and soft skills. Nada has been featured on hundreds of podcasts and radio shows and has also been a motivational and educational speaker on platforms such as TEDx Talks, The Female Quotient, The California Human Resources Conference, Wonder Women Tech, The Human Gathering and more. Her company, Rise Up For You has been featured and worked with brands such as CBS, LA Fitness, Google Next 19, and more.
Nada believes that in order to create change within our communities, companies, and households, we must first create change within ourselves. It’s a collective effort needed from all parties; no company, adult, or young adult can be left behind. The world needs us at our best!