Women Seen and Heard Speaker's Journal: Workbook and Templates

Women Seen and Heard Speaker's Journal: Workbook and Templates


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Women Seen and Heard Journal provides women readers with the opportunity to explore the basis for any reticence they might have as public speakers. The Journal will develop self-awareness with regard to her own values, interests, ideas and opinions. There are more opportunities for women to advance into leadership roles, but for women to become leaders, they need to develop mastery of presentation skills in a range of situations, to include speaking up in business meetings to presenting a formal presentation at a conference, pitching to investors or donors, or running for office and speaking to the press. The chapters provide prompts that will allow each woman to respond privately -in her own separate journal- as she explores her family/work/travel history and how that affected her communication skills. Chapters focus on a woman’s role models, assertiveness, authenticity, gaining credibility at the podium, and preparing for a career as a professional speaker. The Templates provide fool-proof worksheets for organizing 9 different types of presentations. The authors are professional speakers with media experience and share what they know from their own experience and coaching others.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781532398193
Publisher: Phillips Consulting
Publication date: 01/31/2019
Series: Women Seen and Heard , #2
Pages: 108
Sales rank: 956,357
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.29(d)

About the Author

Lois Phillips, PhD has been a keynote conference speaker for college, university, and business conferences including Babson University, the Women in Public Policy Division of the JFK School at Harvard, UCSB and Inamed Corporation. She has media experience and is often interviewed by the media for commentary on women's leadership and coaches executives and professionals in public speaking skills.

Anita Perez Ferguson, PhD is a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow for the Council of Independent Colleges. Dr Ferguson served as President of the National Women's Political Caucus, White House Liaison to the U.S. Department of Transportation, and former Chair of the Inter-American Foundation. Hispanic Business Magazine named her one of "The 100 Most Influential Hispanics in the United States."

Table of Contents


Chapter 1- Asserting Your Leadership

Through Public Speaking

Chapter 2-Women Speaker’s Face Unique Challenges

Chapter 3-Role Models are Important

Chapter 4-Feminine Traits are Human Traits

Chapter 5- Dynamic Speaker’s are Authentic: Know Yourself, Be Yourself

Chapter 6-Early Influences Shape Our Attitudes about Speaking Up

Chapter 7-When Planning Your Presentation, Have a Strategy in Mind

Chapter 8-Flawless Delivery

Chapter 9- Storytelling and Relating

Chapter 10-When the Speaker is a Woman of Color

Chapter 11- Gaining Credibility as The Voice of Authority

Chapter 12- A Speaking Career



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