Public Speaking for Parents – Teach Your Kids to Present 1Hr
You can help your child become an excellent speaker and build confidence for Every communications opportunity in Life!
What you’ll learn
- Teach your kids public speaking skills
- Coach your kids on how to give presentations
- Help your kids develop confidence
- Build your child’s communication skills
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Public Speaking for Parents – Teach Your Kids to Present – learn in less than 1Hour
You can teach your child or kid to become a confident and strong public speaker. Public speaking and presentation skills are essential for success in most careers, yet they are rarely taught in public or private schools.
TJ Walker has taught public speaking skills to top CEOs, presidents of countries, prime ministers, and business visionaries. He brings the most modern techniques to you now in this innovative course. Additionally, Walker shares with you tricks and tips he uses in is teaching his own daughter on how to become an excellent public speaker.
Your time is valuable. You will learn everything you need in this public speaking course in less than one hour!
You will learn the secret to building your child’s confidence as a communicator. You will also learn techniques to help your child become a better speaker, gradually, for decades to come.
And most important, you will learn how to make this experience for you and your child pleasant and uplifting, and devoid of negativity and unpleasantness. This is a streamlined and efficient course designed for busy parents to complete in less than one hour.
If you are ready to start helping your child today become a better public speaker, then enroll right now.
Here is what Udemy students say about this course:
“It has been a good experience so far, highlighting the ways you can support children in becoming confident speakers” Patricia Onyejekwe
“Great course as my son is very interested in implementing all the skills learnt while learning the course with me.” Garry B
Who this course is for:
- Parents who want to help their children become better public speakers