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Speak! What to Say (and Not to Say) and
How to Say It

Presenter: Beth Wolfer
(recorded September 25, 2019)

Each of us has opportunities to speak in front of people in our line of work (and in our personal lives). Whether we are sitting with a supporter one-on-one in her living room, or presenting to a Board of Trustees, the words we choose, the confidence we exude and the unspoken communication of our bodies can mean increasing a donor’s belief in our cause or making them wonder why you are wasting their time. Twenty-one-year professional and TEDx speaker coach Beth Wolfer will offer an engaging, useful session to help attendees overcome fear, develop their message and deliver it with confidence.

Come prepared to share an experience and engage with peers around the topic of presentations. Bring a brief story to share about a time you either scored big while speaking or dropped the ball and managed to recover.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Focus on one major idea
  • How they want their audience, or donor, to feel and how to accomplish that
  • What the desired next step would be following the talk

Location: Virtual Meeting

Directions – CLICK HERE

Date:
Thursday, July 23, 2020

Time:
2:30-3:30 pm Presentation
3:30-4:00 pm Q&A

Cost: (registration)
AFP Members & Students (with valid student ID) – FREE
Non-Members – $25

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*PLEASE DISREGARD THE LOCATION IN THE CALENDAR INVITE THAT WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE SENT UPON REGISTRATION. THIS IS A VIRTUAL WEBINAR. Constant Contact is working on fixing this bug in their system. Thanks for understanding.

Beth Wolfer has been raising money and awareness for phenomenal causes for more than 20 years. Currently a Planned Giving Officer at Best Friends Animal Society, Beth is passionate about helping people find and express their voice. She has coached more than 50 speakers for the TEDx Salt Lake City stage including some of those who have gained the highest YouTube following in the event’s history. 

This event has been approved for 1.0 CFRE credits.