Clodagh Walsh, founder of SpeakEasy Communications will present techniques to improve public speaking she has used throughout her career.
They say that it doesn’t matter what you’re selling it’s how you tell the story. Whether presenting online or in person to clients or showcasing your product your message should be strong, clear and concise. You want to engage your audience and you want your presentation to be successful.
As we all learn to connect in new ways in these very challenging times, it may be the first time you find yourself in front of a camera in a professional capacity. That can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.
In this lunchtime session Clodagh will take you through simple steps to help you present confidently and deliver your message with clarity. Communication skills affect all areas of your life. Essential for business. An important life skill.
Clodagh Walsh is founder of SpeakEasy Communications. Specialising in Media training and Pubic Speaking. A former broadcast journalist with RTÉ, she has spent most of her career either behind a mic or in front of a camera. Clodagh has presented TV and radio News bulletins, edited radio news and reported for Morning Ireland, The Week In politics and the Oireachtas Unit. For many years she presented “It says in the papers” for Morning Ireland.
She spent several years working abroad; In New York as a technical writer for a medical devices company; In London managing merchandise for some of London’s most famous West End theaters and in Italy as an English teacher in a European school.
She is a volunteer mentor for the Women on Air project, helping professional women become more visible in mainstream media. She sits on the board of Waterford Youth Arts and Garter Lane Arts Centre Waterford.