SpeechSkills: Projecting Credibility and Confidence

Thursday, June 11, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
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Cara Hale Alter is an international keynote speaker, author, and the founder of SpeechSkills. She literally wrote the book on projecting credibility and confidence: the critically acclaimed The Credibility Code. She’s delivered more than a thousand keynotes, seminars, and workshops on leadership presence to audiences around the globe.
In addition to providing training to clients such as Google, Pixar, Intel, Pinterest, Schwab, Kaiser Permanente, and numerous top-100 law firms, Cara is a guest lecturer at UC Hastings College of the Law, Stanford Law School, and UCLA School of Law.

To succeed in today’s highly competitive legal field, being credible isn’t enough. You need to look the part. This seminar examines the power of the “subtextual” conversation—body language, vocal patterns, and mannerisms that can raise or lower one’s status in the workplace. Based on 20 years of research, SpeechSkills' Cara Hale Alter will outline explicit “codes of conduct” for projecting credibility in all your face-to-face interactions from networking, to interviews, to meetings with opposing counsel, to courtroom interactions.

In this session you’ll learn how to:

  • Cultivate personal gravitas -- in person and in virtual mediums
  • Recognize/prevent the “tells” of nervousness and intimidation
  • Strike a balance between authority and approachability
  • Apply simple techniques to look your best on webcam

REGISTER:  https://cli.corporatelegalleaders.com/upcoming-courses/lecture-2-5-speechskills/

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CLI's mission is to educate, empower and establish future leaders in the rapidly changing legal ecosystem. We are creating a community-based movement to connect students and employers committed to increasing diversity, inclusion and innovation in the legal industry.  The lectures are by leaders in corporate legal operations, talent development and other areas.


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