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Public Speaking Question Time with Denise Graveline

Thursday 9 April, 6.00-7.30pm | Fabian Society, 61 Petty France, London SW1H 9EU

Public speaking expert Denise Graveline returns to give a public speaking ‘question time’ session for Fabian Women.

This time you have the floor, you have the opportunity to ask Denise any question about public speaking, and our guru will answer. We have learnt from previous events that the audience are never short of questions, and so Denise has decided to make the session interactive, giving you the chance to participate as much as you would like. The aim is to engage with the number one public speaking expert and a friendly audience – ultimately leaving with the confidence and toolkit to speak publicly. We look forward to seeing you there!

Registration is free but essential. Denise’s events are always booked-up: click here to sign up today.

Please note that this event is for FWN members only. If you are not a member and would like to attend, you can join FWN by clicking here.

Denise has spoken at two Fabian Women events with an audience of over 60. Denise is a Washington, DC-based communications consultant and speaker trainer who writes the popular public-speaking blog, The Eloquent Woman, on issues related to women and public speaking. A former journalist and communications executive, she also served during the Clinton Administration as the Deputy Associate Administrator for Communications, Education and Public Affairs at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and on the White House Council on Women. Today, she works with corporate, nonprofit and university-based clients and coaches speakers for the TEDMED conference. She is a frequent contributor to Toastmaster, the official magazine of Toastmasters International.

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