Public Speaking for the Virtual Speaker (WIBC Mentorship Bootcamp), Presented by Tania Rogers (WPTV) and Supported by JSS Marketing & Public Relations
Name:Public Speaking for the Virtual Speaker (WIBC Mentorship Bootcamp), Presented by Tania Rogers (WPTV) and Supported by JSS Marketing & Public Relations
Date:August 19, 2020
Time:8:00 AM - 9:00 AM EDT
The Women in Business Council is dedicated to offering education and networking opportunities for Women in Business. WIBC MentorshipBootcamp, Presented by Lickstein Plastic Surgery, is an opportunity for women facing challenges affecting their career or business to grow personally and professionally. The three-month Bootcamp will offer one-on-one mentorship paired with a virtual classroom in three main focus areas: Public Speaking, Budgeting, and Goal Setting.
Upon the completion of the course, participants will have gained valuable knowledge and skills to advance their careers while building a network of personal and professional contacts.
This section of the program will focus on the impression we make, why your interactions need to be impactful, and how to make it happen. Your ability to convey your message and story is an essential tool for marketing yourself and effectively express yourself in all professional situations. Participants will learn how to craft their message, then present and perfect their personal presentation as a positive, lasting, and memorable introduction.
Speaker: Tania Rogers, WPTV-Anchor/Reporter: Born in New York City Education: Bachelor of Arts Degree Work Experience Started out doing radio work at WRMB. WPTV in West Palm Beach, FL 1994-Present Tania co-anchors NewsChannel 5's weekend newscasts at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. She also reports during the week looking to do what she calls "people stories". She has done volunteer work in the past for local organizations including The Children's Place and Hospice of Palm Beach County. What surprises people the most about Tania is that her parents are Hispanic. She lived two years in Panama when she was a little girl and that’s when she learned how to speak Spanish.
WHY a WIBC Mentorship Bootcamp Program?
To offer growth and support to a female businessperson. We will:
Identify career inhibitors in her life and work
Create a strategy to overcome the various career inhibitors
Help her develop leadership skills for advancing her career
Acquire concrete, technical, computer and presentation skills to either re-enter the workforce or build her business skills
Instill confidence and provide a business support network
Help her reach their fullest potential
WHO can participate?
Woman member (or future member) of the PBNCC must have at least 2 of the below:
Younger Woman/Young Professional beginning her career or business
WIBC Mission Statement To promote networking and education for professional women and women entrepreneurs while highlighting the women leaders in the community. WIBC Vision Statement The forum is dedicated to offering education and networking opportunities for women in business