“Body of Power” Discover How Your Non-Verbal Communication May Be Hindering
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)
New York, NY
Body language is an important part of communication which can constitute 50% or more of what we are communicating. If you wish to communicate well, then it makes sense to understand how you can (and cannot) use your body to say what you mean.
Stacee Mandeville of Tandem Communication is presenting the "Body of Power" workshop will help you cultivate a more powerful, authoritative business persona that you can manifest at will, whether speaking one-to-one, or one-to-five hundred.
Most of us can identify the elements that make a speaker great, but are unable to recreate them in ourselves, especially under pressure. The "Body of Power" technique will help you bridge that gap between knowing and doing.
You will receive:
- Take-away self-assessment techniques
- Learn how to isolate your undermining habits
- You will get a comprehensive "tool bag" of powerful body language strategies
- Simple, actionable practice tactics
- A renewed sense of confidence and authority
Classically trained at NYU, Stacee Mandeville has been an actor for over thirty years, and a public speaking consultant for more than thirteen, and she has used her unique perspectives as an actor and director, to create the techniques used in the Tandem Communication training sessions.
Stacee and her team have helped people on nearly every continent cultivate effective business personas, craft messages to get more audience buy-in, and connect with their colleagues at a level they never thought possible. Global clients, and the soft spoken among them, get the added benefit of her expertise in accent reduction and vocal training. Stacee has had clients in various industries all over the world, including medicine, science, law, IT, accounting and marketing. Her most recent clients have been Merck, Ballantree Consulting and Fish & Richardson P. C. Despite being an entrepreneur, Stacee continues to be active in the world of performing.
6:00-6:20pm - Registration / Open Networking
6:20-6:25pm - Welcome to the Group
6:25-6:45pm - Member introductions (*30 second elevator pitches)
6:45-8:00pm - Stacee Mandeville Expert Presentation with Q&A
8:00-8:30pm - Open Networking
*Please be prepared to with a 30 second elevator pitch to introduce yourself to the group.