Monthly Webinar Series

Webinar | Public Speaking for Career Success

Is anxiety around public speaking holding you back in your career? Would you like to expert tips and techniques to make your next interview, meeting or presentation a success?


Master your nerves and learn to enjoy public speaking at any career stage! Join us for a free webinar with Matt Abrahams, educator and coach with Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.


Matt Abrahams is a passionate, collaborative and innovative educator and coach. He teaches Effective Virtual Communication and Essentials of Strategic Communication at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.  

Matt is also Co-Founder and Principal at Bold Echo Communications Solutions, a presentation and communication skills company based in Silicon Valley that helps people improve their presentation skills.


Matt published the third edition of his book Speaking Up Without Freaking Out, a book written to help the millions of people who wish to present in a more confident and compelling way. He also hosts the GSB podcast called Think Fast Talk Smart.  And, he curates the website.


During this webinar you'll learn:

  • How anxiety around public speaking might be holding you back from career success
  • How to develop your public speaking skills, with specific tips and techniques
  • How to manage emotions like anxiety
  • How to appear (and feel) more confident during meetings, interviews and presentations
  • How to speak up so that people listen, and achieve more influence and impact

Bring your burning career questions, and get live answers from Matt.



When | Tuesday 15th December 7:30pm - 8:30pm UK time.
Where | The event will be held via Zoom.
How | Please register your details below to get the details for how to participate.


Please note that space is limited and we recommend you join the event early to ensure a space. We will also aim to live stream and share a recording after the event.




Main image credit: Mark Schierbecker, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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