It starts with you. Crush your fears and improve your skills.   

Verbal communication is the backbone of our lives. It helps us form connections, influence decisions and motivate change. Effective communicators garnish respect, are seen as leaders, and advance in their careers. Start Building Yourself and take charge of your career and your ability to impact others by sharpening your public speaking skills. Don’t settle for merely “getting through it” or “avoiding it” all together. Gain a real sense of comfort and even enjoyment of public speaking. Dena will help you appreciate the art of public speaking and give you tips to banish your fears and distracting habits and learn to inspire and move your audience. This interactive session, will have you on your feet practicing new techniques and having fun.

Attendees will learn

  • Learn techniques to become more engaging and interesting.
  • Discover how to control your fears and build your confidence.
  • Banish distracting habits that distract from your message.

About your speaker

Dena Wyatt

Dena Wyatt has played an integral part in the construction industry since the mid 1990’s. She worked in house for over 10 years with small family owned firms to large international firms. A former Dale Carnegie instructor and trainer and founder of Marketing Evolutions, Dena brings more than 20 years of experience in the architecture, engineering and construction industries.

Her techniques and strategies have re-written the rulebook when it comes to presentation training and related insider perception surveys and continue to win projects for her clients. At the end of the day, Dena empowers her clients to achieve their objectives and master the skill they need to WIN!

Last year, Dena’s published “BE...The Winning Presentation” – an essential handbook for the AEC industry to master the shortlist interview.

In addition to having endless enthusiasm to help people with project pursuits and feeling more comfortable speaking in public, Dena participates in charity bike rides and makes active industry connections in the Better Networking Through Skiing (BNTS) group she co-founded.