Speaking in public rates as one of the greatest of human fears. Turn that on its head and become the best communicator you can be and have your audience asking for more. Join us for an interactive workshop where you will learn how to understand your audience, be goal-orientated, how to develop a speech or presentation and knowing your material. You will learn techniques to overcome the fear and relax, enjoy and be present in the moment, mastery of presentation skill basics and how to dress for success.
Having spoken at numerous conferences across South Africa and being the only couple to be invited to speak twice at any TEDx event in Africa, Ingrid Lotze and Gavin Mofat are well versed in the Do’s and Don’ts of public speaking. They bring this abundant experience to bear in an entertaining and engaging fashion, allowing attendees to feel relaxed yet stretched, moving trainees from fear to success. Find them on Facebook.
Join us at Community Centre Co-Working Space on 357 Jan Smuts Avenue. Max 40 people. Please buy your tickets to reserve your seat. Food, coffee and drinks are available to be purchased at the bar.
Ingrid Lotze speaks from the heart and with the wisdom and insight of over two decades worth of experience as a businesswoman, industry leader and spokesperson, judge, mother, technical diver and lover of life. A TEDxJohannesburg and FEAT alumni her keynotes and talks are engaging, authorative and entertaining. Her hours of media training (radio, television and print), strategy facilitation, social media training and putting peoples thoughts on a white board allow her to do it all in a way that just makes sense. You can find Ingrid on LinkedIn.
Gavin is an accidental specialist in the field of communication, public relations, marketing, business consulting and asking the right questions. He talks with passion and energy on a wide range of topics including strategic marketing and communication, media training, crisis communication, social media strategy and implementation, business strategy and change, integrity and brand authenticity and the parallels between technical diving and the parry and thrust of the world of business.