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2022 November Public Speaking Class in Washington, DC

Doug Staneart  |  12/05/22
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2022 November Public Speaking Class in Washington, DC Thank God! The pandemic is finally over! We just completed out first in-person public speaking class since Covid hit in 2020. Don’t get me wrong. I’ve had a lot of fun leading virtual public speaking classes over the last couple of years. But there is nothing like working with class members one-on-one and face-to-face.

This public speaking class was at our office in Washington, DC. And we had five people participate. They came from various industries. But, just like past Washington DC presentation classes, a couple of the participants were either government employees or lobbyists.

First In-Person Public Speaking Class in Washington DC Since the Pandemic.

I have one more confession, though. After a couple years, I think I was a little out of practice as an instructor. That’s a good lesson, though. No matter how confident you are as a speaker, after even a short break, you lose your edge. That’s one of the reason why our public speaking classes are so popular. As a graduate, you have the option of coming back to future classes for additional practice at no extra charge. (That is a great advantage… Especially after a two year pandemic break.)

Want to be one our next fearless presenters? We have classes in Washington DC every few months. Here is a schedule of all of our upcoming public speaking classes. See you at the next one!

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Doug Staneart is the CEO of The Leader's Institute. LLC and founder of the Fearless Presentations class. He is author of Fearless Presentations, Mastering Presentations, and 28 Ways to Influence People.

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