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How to Become a Memorable and Dynamic Speaker

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Karen Friedman is an international communications expert, author of the best-selling book ‘Shut Up and Say Something’ and head of Karen Friedman Enterprises, Inc. which helps business professionals become more powerful persuasive communicators.. Her expertise was recognized by former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton who tapped Karen to provide media and political training for women in South and Central America. Karen is an award-winning, former major market television news reporter whose breaking coverage of local and national events aired on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, the Today Show, Good Morning America and Nightline. Today, she writes as a columnist for the Philadelphia Business Journal. Frequently quoted by publications such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Forbes, Fortune and CNN Money, Karen is a professional speaker who has repeatedly received top rated speaker awards.

Divya Parekh, CEO and Founder of The DP Group (www.divyaparekh.com), has over 25 years of experience as a university associate professor, scientist, biotechnology professional and global leadership wellness coach.  Divya is the co-author of an international best-seller book ‘The Voyage to Your Vision’. Through inspired leadership, focused and tailored plans, she helps executives, professionals, coaches and youth embrace their inner confidence and endeavor for continual enrichment to achieve desired potential and success.
In this show, Karen will share her mastery to show you how to:
-Capture attention and tailor your message to your specific audience
-Write powerful opening and closing remarks
-Create examples, analogies and storylines to humanize facts
-Craft transition lines to improve flow and delivery
-Project executive presence, strong body language and vocal variety
-Handle challenging questions and answers without sounding evasive

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