Using Public Speaking to Lead in an Accelerated Society
                                   

Are you an Asian American eager to play a more influential role in your job and in your community? Do you want to strengthen your voice as a professional and as a speaker?
 
If so, this is a workshop that you won’t want to miss!
 
Cultural stereotypes suggest that Asians are often seen as being quiet, passive and submissive. These misconceptions frequently lead to the misperception that Asian Americans are hard-working professionals who execute well in their roles, but not necessarily seen as leaders.
 
Becoming a powerful & persuasive public speaker is one of the best and most fulfilling ways to break through these stereotypes and triumph as an influencer and a leader.
 
In this workshop:

  • We will address the most common challenges, barriers & insecurities you might face as an Asian American professional that affect your ability to speak at your best.
  • You will receive speaking secrets that you can use immediately to become an inspiring & powerful speaker who is capable of influencing others to take action.

 
This is a fun, interactive & empowering workshop that will propel you to recognize & step into your speaking power to have an even greater impact.

 

Mary Cheyne

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About Mary

Mary began her career in software development and later discovered she had a passion for training and motivational speaking. During her 15+ years of experience training and speaking to over 15,000 people from more than 25 cities and multiple countries, Mary has learned one important thing:

To communicate and persuade effectively,the first person you need to convince is yourself.

Guided by this principle, Mary has devised tools and techniques to help you communicate and influence with impact.

Mary used these effective communication strategies to win the 2009 World Championship of Public Speaking 1st Runner-up Title. In this international contest Mary beat out more than 25,000 contestants from 14 countries.

Mary’s communications accolades have been featured in The Boston Globe. She has appeared on TV Shows in New York and Massachusetts.