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Speaker Introduction/Bio (198 words)
Called ‘The Secret Weapon’ by one Vancouver journalist, Narges Nirumvala is the CEO of ExecutiveSpeak Coaching International and author of the book “Capture the Spotlight”. She works with corporate leaders, association executives, elected community officials and high-performance teams to help them find their authentic voice, craft persuasive content and communicate with confidence in any situation. Narges is often called upon by the media as an expert in her field and has appeared on CityTV, Breakfast Television Vancouver, OMNI Television, SUCCESS magazine, the Province, News1130 radio, the Vancouver Courier, Business In Vancouver and many others. Her writing on the subject has been published in 106 countries worldwide. She is also a much sought after keynote speaker, emcee and seminar leader. Narges is a also an influencer, community leader and philanthropist. She is a volunteer Mentor with the prestigious Leaders of Tomorrow program, sits on the Board of the Canadian Women Voters Congress, is Chair of the Fundraising Committee for the CKNW Orphans’ Fund and is an Instructor at Langara College. Narges has received numerous accolades over the years. Most recently she was nominated for the 2014 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. For more information visit: http://www.executivespeak.com.
‘Are You Ready for Your Moment in the Spotlight’
How often do you get to speak in your current position? If you were a better speaker or communicator how would it impact your career and the opportunities you get? Based on her new book “Capture the Spotlight” Narges’s highly interactive keynote will give you fundamental tools to help you find your authentic voice and step out of the shadows and into the light.
Attendees will learn:
- 3 reasons why public speaking is essential to your professional development and success
- 5 fundamentals of good public speaking
- 3 ways to boost your self-confidence
- How to begin to overcome your own fear and self-doubt
- 2 situations in which you should NEVER use PowerPoint (but people still do)
- Lapel Microphone (first choice) or hand held Microphone (second choice)
- Laptop, Presentation Remote, Projector and Screen
- I will bring my presentation on a USB
- 4-Star or 5-Star Hotel
- Coach Flight