It is obviously that making speeches is one of the most common but undervalued activities of chief executive officers, both in the private and public sectors. CEO’s making speeches at AGM’s, at board meetings, at company events, at dinners, and many times at invitations from outside. Many speeches are usually written, others are impromptu. While the quality of delivery is no doubt central to the effectiveness of the speech, in most cases, because these senior officials have little time to prepare speeches for themselves, they rely more on subordinate officers to draft such speeches.
Rhetoric: principles and practice; Speech Writing and speech making; Types of speech; The Structure and components of a speech, Rhetorical techniques in speech composition; truth, ethics and morality in speech writing and speech making; Self Management.
Presidential/ Ministerial Assistants, Personal Assistants To Governors, Executive Assistants To CEO’s Of Major Corporations, Corporate Affairs/Communication Managers, Public/Media Relations Managers, Executive Directors, Speech Writers