West End Park, 3200 West End Avenue, Suite 500

Nashville public speaking class

The Leader's Institute - Nashville ®

3200 West End Avenue, Suite 500
Nashville, Tennessee, 37203 US

Phone: 800-975-6151
Office Hours: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

The Fearless Presentations ® public speaking class in Nashville, TN is the fastest, easiest way, in Nashville, to reduce public speaking fear and anxiety! We conduct the Fearless Presentations ® class and presentation seminar in Nashville, Tennessee at our Regus office at 3200 West End Avenue, Suite 500, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203. This office opens at 8:30 AM, registration begins at 8:45 AM, and the course takes place from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM both days with a one-hour break for lunch around Noon. To register for any of the public speaking classes or workshops listed below, just click the appropriate link. If you need additional information before registering for a class, return to the public speaking class locations page and complete the form at the bottom of the page.
Nashville presentation workshops are scheduled about once every six months.

Google Review 5/5

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by Cari Hoffman on Fearless Presentations Class

It was a very informative class. I really liked the atmosphere. Not stuffy or intense. Obviously, learning... {More}

I think Chris did a great job of intro'ing the material and making everyone feel relaxed enough to participate... {More}

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Don't See a Convenient Class?

Try a few of these cities that are fairly close to Nashville: Orlando/Tampa, FL | St. Louis, MO | Atlanta, GA
Or contact us below and let us know you are looking for a public speaking class. (We often schedule additional seminars and workshops based on folks, just like you, letting us know that there is a higher demand than the schedule that we currently have can handle.)

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A Few Past Public Speaking Workshops in Nashville

  • 2017 August Public Speaking Class in Atlanta, Georgia We had a really fun public speaking class in Atlanta, Georgia last week, that had participants from finance, sales, recruiting, social work, and even the owner of a modeling agency. One of the very nice things about open enrollment public speaking classes, is that the diverse industries represented in each class show how presentation nervousness ...
  • 2015-October Great Presentation Class in Atlanta The October Fearless Presentations® public speaking class in Atlanta was a great blend of classroom teaching and personal presentation coaching for each presenter in the class! We spent the first day of the two-day class focusing on reducing public speaking fear and designing and delivering short, persuasive speeches, and on the second day, I helped ...
  • Wirtgen America Holds On-Site Fearless Presentations Course near Nashville, Tennessee Wirtgen America recently held back-to-back 1-Day Fearless Presentations® classes for it's Senior Sales team at their American headquarters. The two days kicked off a week long meeting geared towards the overall strategy and direction of the sales force within the company.  A total of 25 regional sales managers from California to Boston as well as ...
  • Most Recent Fearless Presentations Workshop in Atlanta, Georgia The group who attended the Fearless Presentations Workshop® in Atlanta learned the importance of the proper use of audience participation.  Many people try to get their audiences involved in their presentations, but end up struggling to get people to participate.  .The first mistake people make is that they ask rhetorical questions and then wait for ...
  • Most Recent Fearless Presentations Workshop in Atlanta, Georgia The group who attended the Fearless Presentations Workshop® in Atlanta learned the importance of the proper use of audience participation.  Many people try to get their audiences involved in their presentations, but end up struggling to get people to participate.  .The first mistake people make is that they ask rhetorical questions and then wait for ...