Do you enjoy standing up and talking to a group of people? Or do you find it a bit nerve-racking*? It doesn't need to be.
Today, it is imperative not only to be able to speak in public, but do it in English, and do it well.
How good is your English? If winning the contract depends on how well you deliver your pitch, how would you do? When making a presentation, do you really need your English-speaking clients listening to your mistakes rather than your message?
Because they will. Native English speakers will use their position of strength to beat you down. And, yes, it’s unfair.
Don’t let them.
Let us coach you to become the clear, confident, powerful speaker that others will listen to.
* Yes, "racking" not "wracking" see grammarist.com