Body Language Training for Toastmasters by Frank Kudrna

One of the most important parts of public speaking isn’t about speaking at all, in the sense of making words come out of your mouth. The way you stand, move, gesture, and make (or fail to make) eye contact with your audience can make or break a speech or professional presentation. In this educational presentation, Club Awesome member Frank Kudrna explains what Toastmasters teaches about improving your use of body language.

Author: David F. Carr

Since I first served as Club President in 2012, I've been an area director, district social media director, and founding President of Online Presenters Toastmasters. I also run the WordPress for Toastmasters project, based on software originally developed for use at Club Awesome. Professionally, I am a writer and editor who spent years working for technology publications including InformationWeek, Baseline Magazine, and Internet World. I am the author of Social Collaboration for Dummies and have given keynote presentations at technology conferences in Berlin, Lisbon, and Stockholm. I consult on editorial and digital projects through Carr Communications Inc. In my day job, I'm an analyst for the digital metrics company Similarweb.

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