They say that people fear public speaking more than heights, bugs, snakes or even clowns. They also say that public speaking gets easier the more you do it. Unfortunately, we don’t always get the public speaking practice we need to be successful when it counts. The good news is that there are some simple tips and strategies that anyone can use to improve their public speaking. Whether you fear public speaking or not, you won’t want to miss out on this opportunity to learn how you can be more effective the next time you have to speak in public.
Jannene Litchfield is the owner of Litchfield Human Resource Management Consulting. Her consulting firm specializes in developing strategies that maximize the business' potential through human capital optimization. As faculty for Los Rios Community College District’s Government Training Academy and California State University, Sacramento's College of Continuing Education, she has facilitated courses in the State of California's Supervisors Academy as well as consulted and delivered training programs for various state agencies in California. Prior to starting her consulting firm, she was the Vice President of Human Resources for Schools Financial Credit Union, Director of Human Resources for Verizon Wireless and Human Resources Manager for MCI Communications. Ms. Litchfield earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Texas Tech University, and her Master’s in Business Administration from National University.
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