Meredith Oliver


Perfect Your Public Speaking Skills at the 21st Century Building Expo and Conference 

June 5, 2019

Communicating effectively both one-on-one and to groups is vital to career development and growing your business. Yet many presentations fall flat. Frankly, most people would prefer to face down a pit of vipers than present to an audience!  Good news – Meredith is here to help! For the first time ever, Meredith is offering a public speaking educational course at 21CBEC—and if you want to up your presentation game then you won’t want to miss her.

Meredith’s course is Public Speaking: How to Deliver an Engaging, Memorable and Information PresentationIt will be from 8 to 11:30 on September 11 and you’ll earn four (4) continuing education credits by attending. 

Public speaking is not everyone’s cup of tea, but nonetheless, it’s important when working in a professional capacity. Don’t avoid leadership positions and promotions because you don’t want to speak in front of a crowd. And don’t stop yourself from speaking up in meetings and at group functions because you are afraid of what people will think of you. Our course at the conference will help you overcome your fears. Learn the do’s and don’ts of public speaking, how to avoid common mistakes, tips for overcoming your fear of speaking in front of others, and how to calm your nerves before a presentation! Whether you’ve never used a microphone before or you have a lot of experience in public speaking, this course is for you!  

Plus, don’t miss the entire schedule of educational offerings on the conference website! There are opportunities to learn about new products and trends in the home building industry, to meet with suppliers and manufacturers, and network with other industry professionals. See it now 

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