Zumwald to facilitate ‘What to Say When You Have Too Much to Say’ on July 21
ENGLEWOOD, Ohio, May 25, 2017 – Teresa Zumwald will facilitate the free North Dayton Hot Topics Koffee Talk session, “What to Say When You Have Too Much to Say,” from 8–9:15 a.m. July 21 at Elements IV Interiors, 3680 Wyse Road in Dayton.
The event is sponsored by Elements IV Interiors on behalf of Women in Business Networking (WiBN).
Zumwald, an award-winning speechwriter, speech coach and B2B communications consultant at Zumwald & Company, LLC, will challenge attendees with this:
Have you ever given a Big Hairy Audacious Presentation to your management team, customers, prospects or peers?
How did your prep go?
Were you awash in so much awesome material – that you had to clamor like crazy for focus?
What did you leave in?
(But more important: What did you leave out?)
Speakers often have much-too-much to say. And that’s the problem with many presentations and speeches today.
What to say when you have too much to say?
Zumwald says attendees will discover how to “wrestle down the beast: your next Big Hairy Audacious Presentation.”
WiBN offers Hot Topics Koffee Talk sessions because they are a relaxed, intimate and comfortable way to network with other women and exchange ideas in the atmosphere of a roundtable discussion.
Register for Zumwald’s session here. ■
About Teresa Zumwald
Opening her own shop in 1989 was an experiment that’s never ended for Teresa Zumwald, a speechwriter, speech coach, B2B communications consultant and three-time corporate history book author. At Zumwald & Company, LLC, she’s worked one-on-one with brilliant CEOs, entrepreneurs and subject matter experts at more than 80 organizations to tell stories that resonate. In 2009 she added speechwriting to her repertoire, and since 2013, her speeches have won 10 international, national and regional awards including five Cicero Speechwriting Awards from Vital Speeches of the Day. She’s also the speechwriter for the chairman of the board of two global manufacturing companies based in Europe.
Teresa earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from The Ohio State University and is a member of the Professional Speechwriters Association, International Association of Business Communicators, American Society of Journalists and Authors, Toastmasters International and WiBN, where she served on the founding advisory board from 2010–2013. She is also a 2011 WiBN Top 25 Women to Watch honoree.