3 Easy Steps to Increase Speaking Confidence

On Monday, October 8th on Accelerate Your Business Growth, I have the pleasure of speaking with Pamela Cournoyer about this very important topic. In order to keep your audience checking you out instead of their cell phones there are three things that will build 
confidence and keep them glued to their seats! 

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Pamela is a nationally and internationally known communication consultant, facilitator, speaker and coach. Pamela founded her company, Communicate with CLASS in 2004 and founded Present with CLASS in 2011 after having clients, associates and complete strangers ask her where she learned to speak so well and asked if she could help them. Pamela and has built a solid reputation in working with individuals and companies to improve their business communications and their public speaking.

Known as the “Queen of Conflict Resolution”, her highly effective training has been utilized by businesses and organizations as diverse as the Oregon State Police, the The Oregon Imaging Center, Nike and the Department of Justice in the Republic of Kosovo, where she coached and trained ethnically diverse groups and helped them overcome racial, cultural and gender divides.


The show is sponsored bySzarka Financial and WIN Cleveland. Szarka Financial’s 25 years of business have included a strong commitment to educating their clients and others on timely and important financial topics and basic financial principles. They offer a full range of planning services for individuals, employees, and business owners across Northeast Ohio. Visit www.szarkafinancial.com to learn more. 

WIN Cleveland is an organization that empowers female professionals by creating new access points for individual business development. They support one another by providing continual professional growth, sharing a wide variety of ideas and resources and assisting select women-based charities within their community. Visit www.wincleveland.org for more information.

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