Becoming A Public Speaker: Tools, tips, and tricks for excelling your communication skills
Entrepreneurs are often the face of their brand, whether they speak with the media or with investors – their words move markets and impact decisions. There are going to be times where business owners need to confidently communicate their pitch – maybe one that will help aid your company in making a big breakthrough. To be successful at public speaking is not an easy task.
Creative Zone invites you to a special webinar to help you improve your presentation skills and achieve excellence in communication. Joining us for this one-hour session is Andreea Zoia – international presenter and communication coach, who will take us through the steps of how to become an expert public speaker.
Moderating the session will be Creative Zone’s CEO, Lorenzo Jooris.
She has studied presenting to camera and public speaking at the London Film & TV Academy with BBC presenter Peter Purves, Los Angeles based broadcaster Steve Truitt and with Romanian celebrity coach and TV presenter Mihaela Tatu.
Speaking and engaging with any audience is Andreea’s second nature. She has lived and traveled across three continents, speaks fluently in English, Italian and Romanian and her 5 years of acting on stage and camera allow her to connect in an instant, positioning her as the top entertainers in the Emirates and the Gulf region.
Her presenting portfolio include interviews on stage and camera with acclaimed personalities such as Amr Diab, Khulood Bin Thani, Ron Kaufman, Sonam Kapoor, Rocco Barocco, Kenzo Takada and the Hollywood director Steve Beck to name a few.
Most often when she is not on stage or in front of the camera Andreea delivers highly impactful and transformational public speaking workshops. She is on a mission to assist people in ’’Finding their success voice’’. Through her workshop she has trained from executives and entrepreneurs to housewives to find and design their success voice. Her tailored public speaking course allows anyone to upgrade their communication skills and be heard.