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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

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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... Read More →

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