Birmingham LSC: "You are the Message: Are You a Confident Communicator?"
||Southeast Region Calendar
||Birmingham LSC: "You are the Message: Are You a Confident Communicator?"
||Jennifer N. Brinkley [LMASE]
||Mar 22, 2017 11:30 AM America/Central
||Mar 22, 2017 01:00 PM America/Central
||What impression are you leaving with others inside and outside your company? How are you perceived as a professional? Join us on Wednesday, March 22, to learn more about the 10 most common problems related to the way you communicate.
Speaker: Deborah Boswell, M.S. CCC-SLP
Deborah Boswell works with some of the nation’s top companies, coaching executives, managers and technical professionals to communicate their true credibility to any audience. She blends her skills in speech pathology with more than 20 years of corporate experience to help solve a company’s specific communication problems. Deborah’s audiences benefit immediately...with sharpened skills, reduced fear, and increased confidence. Her keynote messages are entertaining and her presentation skills courses equip business communicators to sell, convince, and motivate.
Deborah’s innovative approach to solving business communication challenges makes her an in-demand communications coach and consultant. She works with executives and other leaders on their schedule, helping to solve their specific business communication challenges. Deborah has been featured in Business Alabama, Birmingham Business Journal, SMPS Newsletter and other publications. Deborah recently released an audio CD, “Tame Your Wild Southern Accent.” Auburn University selected her to produce the DVD, “Technically Speaking: Presentations Skills for Engineers and Technical Professionals” as part of their Engineering continuing education curriculum.
In addition to her training, speaking and coaching, Deborah is president of Professional Speech Services of Alabama, P.C., and managing partner of ChildsPlay Therapy Center.
For more information, visit www.DeborahBoswell.com.
420 20th Street North
Birmingham, AL 35203
||Mae Margaret Davis