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Female Tech Leaders Public Speaking Workshop @ Google Isar Valley

  • Google 33 Erika-Mann-Straße München, BY, 80636 Germany (map)

Female Tech Leaders is hosting a Public Speaking Workshop @ Google’s Isar Valley! If you ever wanted to give a talk, but didn’t know where to start, or if you’ve given some keynotes before but want to get additional insight, then this workshop is for you. Whether you are male or female, an experienced speaker, or have never given a talk before, you can sign up for a free ticket! 

What's happening?
Two accomplished public speaking coaches will guide you through a 3-hour crash course, breaking down topics like stage fright, body language, tone of voice and more. Then comes a hands-on practice session during which you will be able to carry out some public speaking methods needed to give the ideal talk and receive honest feedback for it in a safe and constructive environment. During some one on one time with your coach, you will be able to tackle specific personal practice areas which you would like to improve.

What do I need?
All you need to bring is a topic. Everyone has something they would like to share with the world. Whether you want to learn how to give a technical talk, or speak about something completely different: All topics are welcome! 

How much are tickets?
Tickets are free! But to ensure personal face time with a coach for all participants, the tickets available will be limited. Just fill out the form and we will contact you within a few weeks to let you know whether you've received a spot! 
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The Coaches: 
- Hannah Klose
Hannah loves to be a host! She has been moderating conferences such as the DLD, Bits & Pretzels, 48forward and Digility. Whether panel discussions, smaller speaker evenings or large events, Hannah has conquered the stages of the digital, tech and innovation scene all over Germany. Since March 2017 she is part of the strategy team at Looping Group.

- Tim Messerschmidt
Tim oversees the German-speaking countries as Regional Lead for Google's Developer Relations team. When not working with Android, he loves working with Node.js, and researching user authentication. Recently, Tim authored a book about identity concepts and data security for O'Reilly. Before joining Google, Tim ran PayPal's Developer Relations team across EMEA and APAC. Amongst his previous public speaking experiences are speeches at events such as SXSW, OSCON, Mobile World Congress, JSConf EU and AnDevCon