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Ch. 1: Speaking in Public

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Courtney Neujahr

on 28 August 2015

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Ch. 1: Speaking in Public
Public Speaking
Power

Public Speaking vs. Conversation
Similarities:
*Logical organization
*Tailored message
*Tell a story for max. impact
*Adapt to feedback
Communication
Apprehension
(stage fright)
"Anxiety over the prospect of speaking in front of an audience"
The Communication
Process
Public Speaking in a
Multicultural World
*U.S. is most diverse society on earth.
*Over 1/4 of foreign-born population in the U.S. lives in California.
*311 languages spoken in the U.S.

*Civic engagement
*Empowerment




*Socrates, Plato, Aristotle
*Rhetoric defined
*Logos, Pathos, Ethos
*NCA
Differences:
*Higher structure
*Formal language
*Delivery methods
*State vs. Trait
*Positive Nervousness - controlled
nerves that give the speaker energy.
Recent Surveys
Survey: Communication is a ‘vital skill’ for today’s business leaders - PRSA execs. 2011.
Survey: Communication and critical thinking skills are necessary for success in the workplace -Corporate Voices.

Survey: Forbes, Dec. 2013 says public speaking
will boost your workforce value by 50% in 2014.
1. Speaker/Listener
2. Stimulus/Motivation
3. Message
4. Encoding/Decoding
5. Codes
6. Feedback
7. Environment
8. Noise
Ethnocentrism: believing one group's
superiority over another.
History
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