Maree Clancy will demonstrate that it’s not just what you say but how you say it and your state of mind that contributes to creating favourable first impressions and the capability to be a sharp negotiator.
Public speaking rarely comes naturally to any of us.In fact, it’s the world’s number one phobia.
All of us have a voice but few are comfortable speaking to an audience and even fewer embrace and master public speaking and the art of presentation.
For more than 25 years now noted voice consultant Maree Clancy has applied her formal qualifications in speech and drama, performance, critical thinking and cutting edge learning techniques to help individuals, corporate executives and public figures find their ‘true’ voice – transforming them from content specialists or reluctant workplace communicators/trainers to warm, trusted and compelling presenters.
Since founding Say It Now voice consultancy in 2003, Maree has not only helped hundreds of people to find their voice in specialised workshops, she has become increasingly popular as a main stage presenter at conferences, forums and other corporate events.
A witty, popular and captivating keynote speaker, she will demonstrate that it’s not just what you say but how you say it and your state of mind that contributes to creating favourable first impressions and the capability to be a sharp negotiator.
Keynote speaking topics
Maree offers a choice of keynote topics including:
- Present with Power, Presence and Persuasion.
- Reveal your true voice to influence and persuade with the voice of leadership.
- A woman’s voice in the business world.
- What leadership needs more of…. Charisma and Presence
- Nobody gets a second chance with a first impression
- Or …….. a potpourri of any of the above.
Averaging 45 minutes, each presentation can be tailored to suit the needs of your particular event and audience. Maree’s presentations are dynamic, interactive and humorous, incorporating some PowerPoint slides and live demonstrations of vocal exercises presented step by step, so that delegates can follow and later practise in their own time.
Depending on the presentation being delivered, the audience may receive voice packs comprising balloons, bubble blowing sets and lolly snakes – all of which are essential to practice the voice exercises shared during the presentation.