They Don't Have to Be Naked!
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This workshop takes the accepted principles of effective communication and flips them upside down. Focusing on communication skills independent of other media (ie PPT) and applies a variety of techniques including, the Toastmasters method, strategies from police interrogation, Dale Carnegie Training, poker analysis, theatre, improv and the experiences of the speaker. This class is also highly interactive and will apply the ideas presented in class to demonstrate their effectiveness.
- A toolbelt of cognitive & neurological mind hacks that will make you standout when speaking
- An understanding of the physical characteristics that communicate confidence and create a strong impressions when speaking
- How to communicate ideas that will enhance retention and convince others of your ideas
- Strategies for communicating complex ideas simply
Ivan Wanis Ruiz
Ivan Wanis Ruiz is a communications expert with a unique background. Originally trained in facilitation by the Ministry of Attorney General’s Office in British Columbia he has since become Advanced Toastmaster Gold, Certified trainer for the Dale Carnegie Business group and holds a certificate in Adult education. He has owned and operated 2 small businesses and has worked in Human Resources, Finance and Sales. He is also a trained actor and has been featured in films like Rise of the Planet of the Apes and guest starred on TV shows such as Covert Affairs and Supernatural to name a few. He is also a graduate of the Second City and performs regularly in Toronto.
Ivan is an accomplished educator and has been a guest lecturer at the UBC Sauder School of Business for the past 5 years training students in case analysis and effective presentations.
Ivan is also the author of They don't have to be Naked!™ A new approach to public speaking
You can find out more about Ivan on his website: speakingandcommunication.com.
"Thank you for touching on the challenges of non-native speakers in public speech; I appreciate your encouragement."
"The exercises were very effective - there were lots of small exercises that illustrated points and many useful tips."
"The workshop was a quick and engaging way to learn."