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Upcoming Monthly Meeting

**NEW LOCATION**

Woman's Club - Minneapolis, 410 Oak Grove St., Minneapolis MN 55403

Join us on Friday, April 17, 7:30 - 9:00 a.m. for Monthly Meeting:Training from the Trenches. Lessons from 15 Years of Presentation Training

Training from the Trenches: Lessons from 15 Years of Presentation Training

Come find out what one thing you can do to make all your training more effective. In this session Joan Moser will talk about the importance of three types of connections and how you can determine your “connection-rating” effectiveness and how to improve it.

  • Techniques to increase your connection to the audience and vice versa
  • Three presentation delivery mistakes even the pros make
  • Why TED Talks doesn’t want professional speakers and trainers
  • How to increase the connection between participants and get them to love their experience
  • How to assure participants connect to the material and rave about what they have learned


About the speaker:
Joan Moser is President of Spoken Impact, a presentation coaching and training company. She founded Spoken Impact in 2000 after a 20-year career in marketing communications and training. In addition to working with over 500 clients since starting her company, Joan is the presentation coach for the MN Cup, an annual statewide competition for entrepreneurs, as well as for the Minnesota High Tech Association’s ACES Leadership program. She is a member of the National Speakers Association, a 25-year member of Toastmasters, and regularly speaks at industry and association events. She has an MBA from the University of St. Thomas.



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  • Internship and volunteer opportunities
  • Networking with industry leaders
  • Basic skills training and resources

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