PUBLIC SPEAKING TRAINING
The number one fear, according to numerous polls is the Fear of Public Speaking. Whether you are speaking in front of colleagues at a business meeting, giving a wedding toast, accepting an award, or making a presentation of any sort, most people are mortified at the thought of getting up in front of other people and talking in front of them.
While many feel emotionally naked, others become physically ill as the mere thought of public speaking can give them a stomach ache, a bout of nausea, vomiting, or a pounding headache.
The reason for that is most people don’t like the thought of being on display and judged. Oftentimes it makes them vulnerable, insecure, and without self confidence as they worry if they will say the right thing, sound stupid, go blank and just stand there, forgetting everything they wanted to say.
Some have prescribed medication to help deal with the anxiety of public speaking. This is not the answer. Too often, there are drug side effects. Depending on a pill to stop your being anxious about speaking in front of others is not he answer.
The answer is learning some easy speaking, breathing, vocal and body language skills that you can call upon at any time under any circumstance to give you all the self confidence to get your message across.
Dr. Glass is a communication professional with trained set of ears and eyes, who can help you effectively impact your audience with your public speech.
Public speaking training is nothing to be ashamed about. Some of the most powerful and productive people in the world have sought Dr. Glass’ services to help them fine tune their pubic speaking skills.
Philanthropists, politicians, world leaders, actors, CEO’s of major companies, sports figures and even people like martial artist, producer, actor, and political activist Chuck Norris, and fashion designer Donatalla Versace after assuming a more public role in the Versace Group, have sought out the services of Dr. Glass.
Whether you are a seasoned speaker who wants an objective assessment and refinement of your public presentation, or someone who has rarely spoken in front of others, Dr. Glass is here for you.
By teaching you her specific tied and true public speaking techniques you will never be at a loss of words again as you will have the self confidence to speak in front of anyone, anywhere at anytime.
MEDIA- ON CAMERA TRAINING
Having appeared on thousands of television shows throughout the years as a reporter, a television host, and a commentator in the area of psychology, human behavior, and body language analysis, Dr. Glass is one of the world’s leading experts in Media and On-Camera training.
She has also trained many of the newscasters, commentators, and noted television personalities whom you have seen on national television. Some of her most visible clients appear on NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, E! MTV and CNN.
Most people are not comfortable appearing on camera. They feel unsure of themselves. Oftentimes they do not know how to act, what to do with their hands, or where to look when a television camera ends up in front of them.
Even though celebrated actors, politicians, CEO’s of corporations are great at their jobs, many don’t have the experience or have not formally learned how to
Effectively communicate their message on television. When there is a vital message to be relayed, what you say is as important as how you say it.
That is why famed clothing designer Tommy Hillfiger sought out Dr. Glass’ services as she helped him effectively deliver his message on the Oprah show to once and for all quash all false rumors about him and his products.
The media can be your friend, especially If you know how to speak to the media, the media can work to your advantage regarding your image and your brand.
However if you don’t have the right media presentation skills, your good intentions will often backfire as your message will be lost. That is why it is essential to learn how to use the media effectively, especially on television, where you are seen and heard and on the radio where you are only heard .
Dr. Glass will show you how to effectively use your body language, facial language, voice and speaking skills so that you look and sound more poised, confident, and powerful as you effectively get your message across to the media.
Training can be done in person Los Angeles at Dr. Glass offices or in your office in your city, or via Skype.
TELEVISION AND RADIO INTERVIEW TECHNIQUES
There are several skills and tricks Dr. Glass can show you when it comes to doing a great television and radio interview.
She will show you how to effectively phrase the points you want to get across.
Dr. Glass will teach you how to coordinate your breathing with your speaking so that you will always come across poised, informed, and in control. She will provide you with quick and effective ways to reduce on-air anxiety. In essence, she will make you look and sound like a pro in a very short period of time.
USING EFFECTIVE SOUND BITES / TAKING CONTROL
Oftentimes a microphone and a camera will be put into your face during a high profile case, leaving you either stammering, verbally fumbling, or even at a loss for words as you rapidly blink and seem to make uncontrollable facial movements
Which don’t make you look or sound your best.
Dr. Glass will share with you how to speak in sound bites so that they can be picked up and spread throughout the media. She will give you pointers on what media producers want to hear. She will give you the skills that will encourage producers to contact you again and again when there are other similar cases in the news.
Dr. Glass will share with you ways you can take control of the media so that it does not control you. You will learn how to use the press to your advantage and how to become a regular guest on various television and radio programs in order to have the ability to get your message across whenever you want, on your terms.
She will also teach you how to deal with hostile interviewers or interviews that are not going in the direction you intended as you learn how to get the interviewer back on track so that they focus on what you want to discuss.