Public speaking training


Language   English

I think, I feel, I decide... and I speak!


Women find public speaking particularly hard. Due to the fear of making a fool of themselves, making a mistake or getting a negative reaction, they often refrain from saying what they think and presenting their proposals, opinions and views. Many women (despite actually being very competent!) feel they are not good enough, they have insufficient knowledge and qualifications. It happens because they like confidence and experience. Such approaches are reinforced and reproduces by socialization to gender roles, that puts women in the private, domestic sphere (as opposed to the public sphere, which in our culture is attributed to men).

This can be changed by giving public speeches, perfecting the skills of presenting and discussing. This training aims to prepare woman in politics for public speaking. 

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