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Presenting with Confidence

Yellow skilled people cardFollowing excellent feedback received we are pleased to let you know that Robbie Cross we will be running a further Presenting with Confidence session in York. Robbie is one of our Academy mentors and an experienced presenter and would like to share his hints and tips for presenting with confidence.

Many of you may have been required to do presentations in team meetings or at departmental events. No matter how many times you are asked, we know that it can make people feel nervous or a little anxious beforehand.

What will I learn?

This session is on the CS Local theme of personal growth and knowledge and will cover practical and actionable steps to increase your confidence in public speaking and presentations. It will provide those attending with the tools and techniques to increase skills. This is also mapped to the civil service behaviours around Communicating and Influencing.

Where and when 

This session will be taking place in Conference Room 1-2, Foss House, 1-2 Peasholme Green, York YO1 7PX.

How do I join?

If you would like to attend please go to this link which will take you to the eventbrite page. Please register using a valid work email address.

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3 comments

  1. Comment by Diana posted on

    Hi Kelly, any plans to hold sessions on Tyne View Park?

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  2. Comment by John Mark Haskey posted on

    To P Young, thanks for your point that it would be nice to have sessions in TVP or BPV - this is under consideration by the local team. We do not publish comments directly from private emails. Please use your government email to post comments on this blog site, John

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  3. Comment by Andy Freiman posted on

    I would recommend this course, the presenter is really experienced and effective so you will learn a lot!

    Reply

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