37 min

Behind-the-scenes public speaking training for a TEDx Talk with Kathryn Janicek & Dr. Katherine Helm Thought Leaders Amplified Podcast

    • Business

For today’s podcast, I met with Dr. Katherine Helm as we break down the do’s and don’ts of public speaking. From facial expressions, why it’s important to get vulnerable, presenting details, attributions, how to share more of your story, to making sure the audience is with you every step of the way…we cover everything you need to know before you step on stage.
Tune in to Thought Leaders Amplified — Behind-The-Scenes Public Speaking Training for a TEDx Talk with Kathryn Janicek & Dr. Katherine Helm.
What You Will Discover: 
✔️Have a natural performance quality. Facial expressions can get lost and forced, especially when you’ve practiced the same piece repeatedly. Be conscious as you speak to naturally convey the emotion when needed.
✔️ Don’t be afraid to be vulnerable. Being on stage is a golden opportunity for you to show your authentic self. Share the most intimate (and necessary) details of your story to create a lasting impact.
✔️ Present real-world examples. Bring the audience closer to your story before they can say, “I can’t relate.” This helps them connect your message to their experiences and deeply understand the core of your speech.
✔️Assume your audience knows nothing. When mentioning celebrities or prominent figures, give a title or a description so they won’t feel out of the loop. Present all the important facts of your story along with the emotions your past self would have felt. Act as if your audience is your therapist.
Katherine Helm, PhD is a Professor of Psychology and Director of Graduate Programs in Counseling at Lewis University, Romeoville, IL. She is also a practicing psychologist. Her clinical expertise is in working with a wide range of clients including couples. Katherine has authored several publications about racial and cultural issues in mental health, couples’ issues, and pedagogy in multicultural courses. She has participated in counselor training at multiple levels and was a 2021 recipient of the Clinical Supervisor of the Year award from the Illinois Counselor Educators and Supervisors division of the Illinois Counseling Association.  Katherine is a sought-after presenter, professional trainer, clinical supervisor, and author.
Want to see how Dr. Helm’s TEDx Talk turned out? You can watch it on her website here: https://www.drkhelmconsulting.com
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Ready for more tips, tricks, and techniques on public speaking, media interviews, and standing out in front of any audience? 🔴 SUBSCRIBE 🔴  to my YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/KathrynJanicekProductions
 
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👥 Connect with me:
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathrynja... 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kathrynjanicek 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kathrynjanicek 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/kathrynjanicek

For today’s podcast, I met with Dr. Katherine Helm as we break down the do’s and don’ts of public speaking. From facial expressions, why it’s important to get vulnerable, presenting details, attributions, how to share more of your story, to making sure the audience is with you every step of the way…we cover everything you need to know before you step on stage.
Tune in to Thought Leaders Amplified — Behind-The-Scenes Public Speaking Training for a TEDx Talk with Kathryn Janicek & Dr. Katherine Helm.
What You Will Discover: 
✔️Have a natural performance quality. Facial expressions can get lost and forced, especially when you’ve practiced the same piece repeatedly. Be conscious as you speak to naturally convey the emotion when needed.
✔️ Don’t be afraid to be vulnerable. Being on stage is a golden opportunity for you to show your authentic self. Share the most intimate (and necessary) details of your story to create a lasting impact.
✔️ Present real-world examples. Bring the audience closer to your story before they can say, “I can’t relate.” This helps them connect your message to their experiences and deeply understand the core of your speech.
✔️Assume your audience knows nothing. When mentioning celebrities or prominent figures, give a title or a description so they won’t feel out of the loop. Present all the important facts of your story along with the emotions your past self would have felt. Act as if your audience is your therapist.
Katherine Helm, PhD is a Professor of Psychology and Director of Graduate Programs in Counseling at Lewis University, Romeoville, IL. She is also a practicing psychologist. Her clinical expertise is in working with a wide range of clients including couples. Katherine has authored several publications about racial and cultural issues in mental health, couples’ issues, and pedagogy in multicultural courses. She has participated in counselor training at multiple levels and was a 2021 recipient of the Clinical Supervisor of the Year award from the Illinois Counselor Educators and Supervisors division of the Illinois Counseling Association.  Katherine is a sought-after presenter, professional trainer, clinical supervisor, and author.
Want to see how Dr. Helm’s TEDx Talk turned out? You can watch it on her website here: https://www.drkhelmconsulting.com
==============================================
 
Ready for more tips, tricks, and techniques on public speaking, media interviews, and standing out in front of any audience? 🔴 SUBSCRIBE 🔴  to my YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/KathrynJanicekProductions
 
==============================================
👥 Connect with me:
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathrynja... 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kathrynjanicek 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kathrynjanicek 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/kathrynjanicek

37 min

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