Remember the first time you had to speak in front of a large audience (aunts and uncles probably)? That feeling of exposure you’ve learned to avoid at all cost? Lars Sudmann must have had pretty much the opposite reaction as he turned out to be one of the most proficient and enthusiastic speakers in this country of ours.
Lars is a member of Toastmasters (a club of like-minded speech enthusiasts) and a frequent keynote speaker. Speaking as a skill, speaking as an inalienable part of true leadership. Eloquence as a way to make a good speaker into a great speaker.
Lars will be talking about talking. About the things that you’re conscious off, but especially about the not-so-obvious things that you might be doing wrong… or right. And the test is always, even for himself: does it stick?
Recorded at the Antwerp Zoo on September 5th 2010.
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