Deb Sofield, who is a Keynote Speaker, Author of the book Speak without Fear, Radio Talk Show Host and Corporate Presentations Coach who trains women and men for success in speaking, presentation skills and message development joins Enterprise Radio.
- In your book Speak without Fear you talk about the old way and new ways of public speaking – can you explain?
- Why do people have such fear about speaking?
- How does one project confidence when speaking?
- Any good pointers for interviews?
- Where do you travel to speak?
Deb Sofield is a dynamic Keynote Speaker, Author of the book, Speak without Fear – Rock Star Presentation Skills to get People to Hear What You Say, Radio Show Host and President of her own Executive Speech Coaching Co., which trains women and men for success in speaking, presentation skills and message development in the U.S. and abroad.
Deb Sofield is a visiting professor, teaching public speaking at Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, and on the faculty of the Woman’s Campaign School at Yale University (where she is Past President of the Board), Loyola University School of Mass Communications, the University of South Carolina’s School of Journalism and Mass Communications, Clemson University the Thurmond Institute, Furman University and the Southeastern Institute for Women in Politics. Sofield also works with the International Republican Institute and Women’s Democracy Network of Washington, DC teaching, Communications Training for Civil Society around the world and she served as a mentor and trainer for The Center for Liberty in the Middle East. Deb Sofield is a Liberty Fellow – a South Carolina partnership with the Aspen Institute and she is a member of the National Speakers Association.
Actively involved in her community, Sofield represents the City of Greenville as Chairman for the Commission of Public Works for the Water System and is the first woman to hold this position since its inception in 1918. Sofield was formerly a member of Greenville City Council, where she holds one of the highest vote victories in a district City election by overwhelmingly winning every precinct.