Public Speaking: A Lecture by Armand Domalewski

Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 1:00am
Lecture Synopsis: 
The New York Times once reported that more people fear public speaking than dying---so if you had to give a presentation tomorrow and someone shot you, statistically speaking, they'd be doing you a favor.  But public speaking doesn't need to be scary. TEDx speaker and national champion public speaking coach Armand Domalewski has taught hundreds of students to overcome their fears and discover their voice. Using a combination of data driven research and a decade of hard fought experience, he can help you do the same.
Speaker Bio:  
Armand Domalewski's first speech was 3 words and 13 seconds long.

Today, he is a nationally successful public speaking coach who has coached several local, state, and national public speaking competition champions and taught over 1,000 students in a career spanning almost a decade. Whether teaching adorable middle schoolers struggling to explain why Hermione is their favorite character or brilliant engineers trying to get that extra edge climbing the corporate ladder, Armand applies the same, basic philosophy: we all deserve to have our voices heard.

Location: College of San Mateo, College Center (Building 10) College Heights Conference Room (468)
Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017