The RLF Advocacy Action Team is pleased to offer the 2nd talk in their Aspire Series: "Quick, Easy Ways to Improve Your Public Speaking" with Stephanie Cory on September 30 at 12pm ET.
Whether it’s organizing your content, mastering the delivery, or engaging your audience, public speaking can be intimidating—but it doesn’t have to be. This webinar will cover simple tips and tricks to improve your pubic speaking whether you’re a newbie or an experienced orator seeking to take your skills to the next level. Gain actionable takeaways you can apply immediately to your next presentation at work, client pitch, conference session, or other speaking opportunity.
At the conclusion of this webinar, you’ll be able to… • Develop appropriate, authentic content to meet your presentation goals
• Demonstrate competence speaking to audiences of all sizes
• Establish your credibility and stage presence
About Stephanie Cory
Stephanie Cory is committed to helping others through education. She is an adjunct faculty member for Villanova University’s College of Professional Studies where she teaches a variety of fundraising topics. Her boutique consulting practice focuses on helping nonprofit organizations build capacity. A strong advocate for women, Stephanie is a past president of Stephanie achieved Toastmasters International’s highest honor, Distinguished Toastmaster, in July 2016 after delivering more than 60 speeches over four years as a member. Recognized for her excellence in teaching and facilitation, she was named a Master Trainer by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) in 2010. Stephanie is a sought-after trainer and speaker on a variety of professional development topics. She has created and presented more than 150 original sessions to venues ranging from international conferences to custom presentations for clients. the Junior League of Wilmington, Del. and past board member for the Forum of Executive Women - Delaware. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Southern California and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in adult and organizational development at Temple University.