Wednesday, January 17, 2018
from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM EDT

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Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP
99 Wood Avenue South, 4th Fl.
Iselin, NJ 08830

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Erin Faltin
Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP

 A Fearless New Year:

Hacking the Fear of Public Speaking

Public speaking is an art and a powerful science.  It is time for women professionals to face the challenge and learn how to get their message to the heart of their audience.  This workshop will address the challenges of public speaking and how to lead with power -  both physically and vocally.

  • Are you paralyzed when speaking in front of an audience?  
  • What are the root causes of the issue?
  • Are you limited by your self-belief?

This interactive workshop is an absolute game changer for anyone looking to make a difference and explore their own leadership development potential through public speaking.

Through physical and vocal exercises you will gain a practical understanding of how the body and breath contribute to powerful speech.  You will also be guided through three mindset hacks that will allow you to share from a place of authenticity, vulnerability and power. 

Attendees will be coached on managing the physical manifestations of public speaking fear, which include panic and stress, by shifting the frame to a new, strength-based context.  

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
5:30–6:15 pm: networking, dinner
6:15–7:15pm: program
7:15–8:00pm: networking, dessert

The Offices of Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis
99 Wood Avenue South, 4th Floor
Iselin, NJ 08830
A light dinner will be provided

About Our Speaker

Eduardo Placer

Eduardo Placer
Founder & CEO, Fearless Communicators

Eduardo Placer is the founder and CEO of Fearless Communicators, a dynamic Brooklyn-based public speaking coaching business that empowers leaders and change-makers.  Eduardo's unique methodology arms individuals and teams with the tools to push past their fear of public speaking by approaching the event of sharing at the intersection of mind, body and voice, so that individuals learn to speak with courage, from a place of power as opposed to a space of panic.  Eduardo completed his graduate school training at UC San Diego and worked for 15 years as a professional actor.  His professional partnerships include Carnegie Hall, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and the Muslim Jewish Conference.  He has presented workshops for both non-profit groups and leading corporations, including Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, and Google.