Rating: 4.4 out of 5
Created by TJ Walker
Last updated 11/2020
- You will need to record and review your presentation on video
Imagine yourself speaking to an international audience and you are just as effective as when you present in your own hometown. You can speak successfully to people who don’t share your first language. Language does not have to be a barrier between you and your audience.
Public Speaking to Foreign Audiences
In this “Public Speaking to Foreign Audiences” course you will learn how to deliver speeches, presentations, PowerPoints and other talks to people in foreign countries or to people who don’t share your native language. There are special challenges when speaking to audiences that don’t speak your language or who don’t have the same understanding of your language as a native speaker. With proper preparation and planning, it is possible to increase your odds of conveying your messages in a memorable way, even with people who don’t share your language.
This course will help you look comfortable and confident, speak in an understandable way, and have your message remembered by foreign audiences. It will also include many advanced techniques to master the arts of public speaking, presenting, keynote speaking, pitching, and PowerPoint Presenting.
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Course updated on July 29, 2017
There is a 100% Money-Back Guarantee for this course. And the instructor also provides an enhanced guarantee.
TJ Walker has more than 100,000 course enrollments from more than 13,000 online students around the globe.
What others say:
“TJ Walker’s single-minded devotion to presentation has made him the #1 expert for executives seeking guidance on speaking to the public and media.” Bob Bowdon, Anchor/Reporter, Bloomberg Television
“TJ Walker is the leading media trainer in the world.” Stu Miller, Viacom News Producer
(TJ Walker’s Media Training Worldwide) “The world’s leading presentation and media training firm.”Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Channel Anchor
Who this course is for:
- This is for people who must speak to audiences who speak a different language as their primary language