Three Ways to Make Every Presentation Better Now
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Three Ways to Make Every Presentation Better Now

Even the most experienced speaker can benefit from focusing on three often overlooked areas of public speaking. In this interactive session, we'll help you with ways to make the best of all three - your open, your nonverbal communication, and the way you manage audience questions and challenges.

7/13/2016
When: Wednesday, July 13, 2016
3:00 PM
Where: Charleston County Public Library, Auditorium
68 Calhoun Street
Charleston, South Carolina  29401
United States
Contact: Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts
843.577.5288

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W H A T 

"Three Ways to Make Every Presentation Better Now"

Presented by Co-Director of The Buckley School, Jenny Maxwell

 W H Y 

Even the most experienced speaker can benefit from focusing on three often overlooked areas of public speaking. In this interactive session, we'll help you with ways to make the best of all three - your open, your nonverbal communication, and the way you manage audience questions and challenges. 

 W H E N 

Wednesday, July 13th @ 3PM

Main Library, Auditorium

68 Calhoun Street

 R S V P

 Send an email to elise@artscharleston.org with your name and organization, and number of attendees.  

For 30 years, The Buckley School has been helping professionals get their ideas across through public speaking and presentations, hosting open-enrollment seminars for individuals and traveling to companies to facilitate on-site sessions. Based in Camden,S.C., the school provides training to Fortune 500 companies, think tanks, and advocacy groups--working with professionals and policymakers to help them fine-tune content and delivery for important speeches, contract pitches, media interviews, and panel discussions. 

Jenny Maxwell is co-director of The Buckley School and has been a public speaking coach with the school since 2000. A writer and television producer, she has also created documentaries for PBS and written series for The Food Network. She was editor of skirt! magazine in Columbia for eight years and headed marketing and community relations at WIS-TV, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, for seven years.