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Speak to Reach: How To Become a Well-Spoken Woman

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Women Entrepreneurs, no matter what kind of business you have, it is imperative that you are able to speak to your target market in a way that grabs their attention and keeps them in the palm of your hands.

Speaking is one of the quickest ways to attract your ideal clients, generate revenue, and make an impact on those you are called to serve. Who better to teach us than Chris Janke, author of the Well-Spoken Woman: Your Guide to Looking and Sounding Your Best.

Join us on Thursday, November 8th at 10:00 a.m. for a discussion that may change the way you speak and present yourself FOREVER.

Who is Chris Janke?

Chris Jahnke, president and founder of Positive Communications, has spent the past 20 years helping people from all walks of life stand and deliver before audiences large and small.  A Washington, D.C. based speech coach Chris prepped First Lady Michelle Obama for her International Olympic Committee speech and Al Franken for his U.S. Senate debates.

A political communications specialist, Chris was an advisor to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.  She has coached more women elected officials and candidates than any other trainer.  Every four years Chris is back stage at the Democratic National Convention helping dozens of party leaders, celebrities, and real people look good on TV.  

Women executives at companies as diverse as Avon, National Geographic, and NASCAR have turned to Chris for presentation guidance.  She provides strategic messaging to leading nonprofits including:  The Annie E. Casey Foundation; Cornell University; Emily’s List; Greenpeace; Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and Union of Concerned Scientists.

Learn more about Chris at www.wellspokenwoman.com.

 

 

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