Greenwich, Conn. -- On Wednesday, Sept. 30 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Greenwich Library will present "Public Speaking Made Easy."
This is a program for patrons who dread public speaking and for those who feel reasonably comfortable speaking in public, but want to improve.
Presenter Richard Feder will cover how a speaker can make themselves and their audience comfortable, how to decide how many and which points to cover, when and how to rehearse, how to summarize effectively, and how to handle post talk Q&A.
Richard Feder is the President of the Volunteer Partnership LLC, a firm specializing in helping non-profits partner with businesses to accomplish common objectives, for clients such as Yale University and Whole Foods.
Previously, Feder was President of The Marketing Group, a consulting firm focused on teaching marketing/sales strategy and new product development techniques for major banks and consumer product companies such as Citigroup and Kraft Foods.
Feder is a graduate of Yale University and the Harvard Business School.
He has taught at the graduate schools of Pace University and University of Connecticut.
His articles have appeared in Advertising Age, Training and Development, the Harvard Business Review and other professional journals.
This program is open to all at no charge.
Registration is recommended. Register using the library's online calendar at www.greenwichlibrary.org .
For more information, contact Matthew Sgritta at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (203) 622-7972.
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