Residential Design Committee
Free and open to the public
Public Speaking and Presentation Skills for Architects
This month, we have a very unique opportunity. Jack Rossin and Matt Rossin from Jack E. Rossin Presentation Training will be presenting tips and tricks for us to improve our public speaking and presentation techniques. Included in their discussion are Tips on Practicing your Presentation, the Importance of Body Language, How to tell Your Story, as well as Tailoring Your Presentation: The Opening/Introduction and Closing (the Deal).
Jack Rossin is an Instructor at Harvard's T. H. Chan School of Public Health, where he has been able to teach doctors and hospital administrators how to speak more confidently and be more persuasive. Jack's background is in communications - graduating from Temple University's School of Communications, working as a commercial TV copywriter and director, as well as working for 25 years in advertising. Now he is teaching people and teams how to be strong, confident presenters.
Please join us and improve your presentation skills!
For those who qualify, 1.5 LUs are available.
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