Want to be more comfortable speaking?
What would it mean to your career to be more confident and comfortable sharing your thoughts and ideas?
Have you ever been asked to speak at a meeting and felt anxiety, even dread? Getting in front of the room gets better with tools and practice–you may even start to enjoy it.
Join us to enhance your career by learning to express yourself in ways that connect and engage with others. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or a seasoned veteran you will gain tools to increase your confidence and develop your presentation skills.
See you here. Bring a friend, too. They’ll thank you for it–maybe from the front of the room.
“All the Great Speakers were Bad Speakers at First” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
None. You have all the experience you need to have fun at this free 2 hour workshop.
Where – When – How
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Saturday, March 3rd 11 a.m–1:00 p.m.
Learning Studio, The Bridge at Main Main Library, 5th Floor
All programs at the Library are free.
Supported by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.
Main Library 100 Larkin St. (at Grove) (415) 557-4277 sfpl.org
Presented by the Bridge at Main of San Francisco Public Library and Fratelli Bologna.
William Hall is an actor, improviser and trainer. He co-founded BATS Improv and continues to teach and perform there regularly. He travels the world teaching business people how to stand in front of others and be authentic, persuasive and relaxed.
Fratelli Bologna has partnered with the San Francisco Public Library to offer ongoing workshops on improvisation, collaboration for innovation and storytelling for everyone.
Fratelli Bologna is a consultancy working with organizations and businesses to empower people and collaboration. We create and deliver Trade Show presentations, design and deliver customized training and provide individual coaching for executives who want a bigger role within their industry.