Bill Clinton is often described as one of the best public speakers of our time. He has the ability to charm the audience into joining him in his point of view. How does he do it?
There are two components to his greatness as a communicator.
What he says
How he says it
Did you know?
Note that Bill Clinton had to work on his voice and presentation skills. During his first presidential campaign he almost lost his voice and wasn’t all that impressive as a speaker! A speech therapist was hired to travel with him on his campaign and work with him on his voice.
Watch and listen to Bill Clinton here.
The author, Cathy Sobocan, will speak on The Art of Public Speaking for Fundraisers at AFP Toronto’s Fundraising Day.
Cathy Sobocan brings over 20 years of radio and television broadcasting and teaching experience to her work as a public speaking and presentation skills coach. With graduate degrees in journalism and voice teaching, she trained in the theatre department at York University, the Stratford Festival, Second City, among others. She’s a part-time announcer on JAZZ FM Radio in Toronto and owner of Raise Your Voice Coaching.
Cathy has coached CEOs, actors, Olympic athletes, speakers, and people who simply want to improve their voices. She’s proud to be the voice coach of the TEDx conference in Toronto. Contact her at 416-388-1165, by email, or through www.raiseyourvoicecoaching.com.