Female Tech Leaders is hosting another Public Speaking Workshop! If you ever wanted to give a talk, but didn’t know where to start, or maybe you’ve even 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 apply for a free ticket!
Effective communication today is, personal, authentic, and consistent. It is about trust: the human and their counterparts can perceive qualitative differences and convince with passion. That is applicable for start-ups as well as for the leadership at companies: Employers are the new brand ambassadors. The development of a personal brand establishes brand expertise and furthermore rises the quality of processes in the business with effective communication.
Our speaker, Regina Mehler, as an expert in her field will give you a hands-on training on:
- Building of your own brand
- Defining your unique selling point (USP)
- Developing your positioning with your passion topic
- Improving your stage performance
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 below and we will contact you within a few weeks to let you know whether you've received a spot!
Regina Mehler is entrepreneur and founder of 1st ROW and the WOMEN SPEAKER FOUNDATION. She develops leadership brands and personal expert brands for executives and management. As business consultant, her focus is on the topics innovation and change management with the core competency in marketing. She has the know-how from more than twenty years of working experience, mainly in leadership roles in the IT sector: she was in charge of innovative marketing and change management in companies like Siebel, Software AG and Adobe. She is member of the advisory board of the European marketing network CMO Council.
Her book “The Phoenix Effect” is about innovation management and marketing with thinking outside the box. Regina Mehler is a member of the board at the German Founder Foundation and subject specialist at the University of St. Gallen.