Lecture “Public Speaking in Public Life: Who Wins From It?”
This lecture is aimed at young people to acquaint them with public speaking and its importance in life: on a personal, social and political level. When does public speaking occurs naturally? How to overcome fears to say your thoughts out loud?
Lecture “Body language – non-verbal communication” The body is never a lie “(M. Graham)”
Body language, which includes facial expression, gestures, posture, tone of voice, is an important component of communication in many areas of life. Non-verbal signals are sent by everyone and research has shown that such signals are as high as 60-90% determines how the transmitted information will be perceived.
Registration link: shorturl.at/lwAEI
9.00 – 9.45 How do we get motivated to speak in public: when will we have a culture of speaking?
9.45 – 10.00 Break
10.00 – 10.45 Aspects of public presentations and communication with the audience (body language, intonations, relationship with the audience, storytelling, common mistakes).
10.45 – 11.00 Coffee break
11.00 – 12.00 Theory and practice of public speaking: what is more important? Is it possible to learn to speak in public?
Lecturer: Indrė Narbutienė, KU doctoral student in political science (field – political communication in social media), business consultant and training provider on online communication issues.
Training topics are:
1. Body language – what is it?
2. Positive body language
3. Negative body language
4. Body language – more convincing than words
Duration: 3 hours. (13:00 – 16:00)
14.30-14.45 Coffee break
The lecture is led by: Dr. Rosita Vaičiulė, who teaches and has excellent knowledge of: social communication, basics of entrepreneurship, advertising psychology.

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