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Monday, June 16 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Enhancing Performance Skills for Maximum Impact in the Courtroom (Part 1)

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CLE: 1.0

Objectives: Oratorical principles can effectuate change through an understanding of how to deliver transformative verbal and nonverbal messages. Public address strategies are often witnessed but not embraced properly due to a lack of exposure or a perceived lack of time to utilize those strategies. A combination of theories, lectures, activities, and discussions will hopefully enhance perspectives about current practices and the need to reinvent or rejuvenate one’s approach for persuading those in a courtroom or a boardroom. In reaching these objectives, the audience will be exposed to:

  • The usage of Aristotle’s Theory of Rhetoric: credibility, emotion, logic
  • Ways  to minimize general and specific communication apprehension
  • Techniques to enhance verbal and nonverbal persuasive communication
  • Suggestions for utilizing these techniques in delivering engaging opening statements and memorable closing arguments
  • Self-reflection

Speakers
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Crystal Coel Coleman

Crystal Rae Coel (pronounced like Noel but with a "C") Coleman, Esquire is the owner of C-R-C Consulting, LLC. She is the author of THE Presentation Guide Book: From the Classroom to the Boardroom, 3rd edition, and the co-author of Selling Yourself and Your Ideas, both with Kendall Hunt Publishing. In addition, she is the Director of Speech and Debate in the Organizational Communication Department within the Bauernfeind College of Business at... Read More →


Monday June 16, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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