Role Model Africa’s public speaking workshop scheduled for June 22

public speaking and presentation
Samuel Agyeman-Prempeh, a Communications Strategist

A workshop on public speaking and presentation to equip private individuals, church leaders, corporate organisations, among others, is set to come off on Wednesday, June 22 at the Christ the King Parish Hall in Accra.

The workshop, which is being organised by Role Model Africa, will provide a step-by-step guide to presenting yourself and business in a mind-blowing way that would leave a lasting impression on the mind of your listeners.

This workshop, according to a press release by Role Model Africa, comes at a time when people rely heavily on sharing information, resulting in greater emphasis being placed on having good communication skills, especially in public. It will focus on four thematic areas: Controlling Stage Fright; Corporate Communications Strategies; Crafting Persuasion & Influential Skills; and Creating Results-Driven Contents.

Speaker for the workshop Samuel Agyeman-Prempeh, is a Communications Strategist with B.A. in Psychology from the University of Ghana and M.A. in Development Communication from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.

Prospective participants are guaranteed of a fruitful session as Mr. Agyeman-Prempeh is an expert and individual with first-hand experience in public speaking, as he himself has been presented with many opportunities to showcase such dexterity.

Some organisations that have benefitted from Mr. Agyeman-Prempeh’s training include the African Regent Hotel, Accra City Hotel, Olam Ghana, Bidvest Microfinance, Silverbird Cinemas, SoccaBet, REIME Group and Firstrock Microcredit. He is an author of bestselling books including; Mastering Digital, Hello Intern and Career Advantage.

Role Model Africa has also had insightful training for organisations such as Promasidor Ghana Limited, Olam Ghana, Allianz Life Ghana, Firstcode Management Services and Empire Domus, Bidvest Microfinance, Saka Homes, HR certification Centre, among others. Therefore, prospective participants should expect the ultimate from the workshop.

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