Day, Time: Tuesdays, 1:15-2:15
Location: ROOM 2
SPARC REGISTRATION #: 173814
Jackie Bailey is an award-winning international speaker, trainer and mentor. She is the author of SELF Centered Leadership: Becoming Influential, Intentional and Exceptional, a nonfiction book available on Amazon.
Jackie’s awards include:
2011 Excellence in Marketing Award from Toastmasters International
2012 Excellence in Education and Training Award from Toastmasters International
A 2015 semifinalist in the World Championship of Public Speaking, defining her as one of the top 98 speakers of 33,000.
Jackie is the founder and president of Emerald City Consulting and writer of Navigating Your Fishbowl blog. Jackie coaches business owners and individuals to enhance their ability to lead, and helps teams develop more harmonious and productive relationships. She is also a mother of two, and grandmother of four – all while surviving almost 35 years of marriage to her rock star husband, Arny.
We face a leadership crisis. Technology has replaced interpersonal communication skills with a white noise of text on hand-held screens and devices. The solution to this crisis is self-confidence. Confidence in spoken words, thoughtful messages, and engaging actions.
Jackie has spent 30 years mentoring youth, and helping them gain confidence in effective expression, interpersonal communication, and leadership. She offers an 8-week class, where youth identify their potential to be powerful communicators and exceptional leaders. They’ll improve in public speaking, active listening, effective expression and interpersonal communication. They will develop foundational qualities of influential leadership.
Required Skills for Students to Be Successful in This Class:
4th grade reading level. Compliance with Family Rights & Responsibilities.
Participants will be writing, practicing, and presenting a 3-5 minute speech at least twice during the course. Homework may also include reading about, or research of, a specific topic. Time will vary based on commitment level of the participant.
Students should bring a folder with pockets to the first class. They will be given helpful handouts throughout the course, and a folder will be needed to store their supplies.
Parents are welcome to quietly observe. Please arrange with the teacher prior to class.
Please see our Age Variance Policy.