Survey about Public Speaking
I’m looking for open minded entrepreneurs, leaders, coaches, moderators, webinar facilitators, public speakers etc., who want to become confident and memorable presenters to shine on the spotlight, like they never shined before.
Filling this survey before midnight on Tuesday, July 13th, gives you a chance to win a one-hour practical session with me, to get feedback of your project presentation, offline or online introduction speech, video messages etc.
Describe what kind of public speaking you practice for your work (meetings, creating video messages, project presentations, Zoom introductions, moderating etc.)
How often do you need to speak publicly?
1-2 times a week
1-2 times a month
3-4 times a year
Once a year
Do you perform ... ?
Online and offline
What are your challenges when it comes to public speaking?
I can not sleep before the presentation
I do not feel confident while speaking
I forget what I wanted to say
I'm getting nervous, when people are looking at me
I'm afraid that my topic or introduction is boring
I do not know good answer if someone will ask something
Problems with voice
I do not know how to relax and enjoy my speech
I am too shy
I think I am not good enough
How long have you been struggling with those challenges? What have you done to solve it?
What would you really like to get help with now?
Ask feedback about my performance from the professional trainer
Attend public speaking one-day group course
Attend public speaking 4 week programme
Practice with trainer one to one for a longer period
I dont know
Why it is important for you to develop your public speaking skills?
Is it Ok for me to follow up with you to discuss your answers?
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I don't want to be added to your email list and therefore will not be updated
Thank you for your time and kind help!
Yours, Anu Tähemaa
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