Confident Communication

with Julia Beauchamp Kraft
Learn step-by-step how to transform your mindset and nervous system so that you can be confident, authentic and fully expressed in the spotlight. Being a confident communicator is not just the way you act, talk, and look. It’s a habitual way of thinking and reacting to various life situations.
You’ll learn how to become an engaging and influential leader and learn the communication tools you need to effectively share your ideas. You’ll learn how to break down the barriers, misconceptions, and fears that prevent people from being fully heard. We will develop your ability to make small changes to your words, tone, and non-verbal communication to improve how you interact in high-stakes personal and professional communications.




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Julia Beauchamp Kraft is the founder of the public speaking training company, Speak To Inspire. Founded in 2014, Speak To Inspire has trained 1000's of entrepreneurs and professionals as well as 100's of companies like Linked In, Salesforce, ZScaler, Twitter, etc.
She is passionate about helping smart professional women who are experts at what they do but tend to freeze up, shrink down and get self-conscious when the spotlight turns to them. She helps them to cultivate comfort in their skin, come across as the authority they are and turn high-quality information into inspiring presentations.
This talk will help you:
01 - Manage your nervous system when anxiety, fear and self-consciousness take over
02 - Systematically develop rock-solid confidence you can rely on
03 - Navigate the virtual speaking world and come across as a credible expert
04 - Effectively communicate verbally and non-verbally for influence
05 - Uncover what’s holding you back from being fully expressed
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“Lauren's whole approach to networking is a breath of fresh air and so refreshingly different to the fast paced pitching in other groups. At my first event I met a future client and went on to write her website content for her!.”