I have been collecting data for two years from people who resister for a Fear-less public speaking course. Two of the questions I ask my clients are:
This article is the first of a two-part series. Part one is written mainly for people who have a fear of public speaking. My aim is for them to recognise the impact it is having on them professionally and how it doesn’t always have to be this way. Part two will be written for managers, Learning and Development professionals, recruiters, and those responsible for workplace wellbeing to help them understand the organisational impacts and how helping people address their fear of public speaking benefits everyone.
I get huge satisfaction from seeing the relief, pride, and even joy that people experience when they complete a course and reflect on the progress they have made. See what others say for some inspiring stories.