Public Speaking for NGOs, NonProfits & Volunteers, Your Idea Worth Spreading.
NGOs, NonProfits, and Volunteer Run Organizations do some of the most rewarding work for amazing causes. Unfortunately, they can be under funded, and resources are usually stretched to the breaking point.
Conversely, in more established charities, politics and precedent can discourage the impact of newer leaders and initiatives.
Establishing yourself as a thought leader outside the walls of your charity is one tool that innovators use to leverage the vehicle of TEDx – and raise everyone in their organization by going outside the walls to spread the impact of the ideas behind your charity.
This course will give you options to get either invited – or accepted – to make your ideas heard on the TEDx stage. It features several examples from the 300+ case studies of BeTheTalk podcast, several are from the non-profit world.
You will learn:
- #1 ENEMY to an effective TEDx Talk
- How to Anticipate Compassion Fatigue
- Make them CURIOUS not indignant
- Use TEDx Talks to fundraise & increase resources
- And much more!
Many people want to be able to give TEDx talks. The TED logo is a symbol of prestige and credibility in a world that values quality and authority. It will be a mark of a speaker’s expertise and clout for their entire careers. It is not easy to get a TED or TEDx talk. Many applicants wonder how they can crack the code because of the rigorous application process and low acceptance rates.
We often think of TED talks as being for great speakers. While the ability to engage an audience is a key qualification, organizers are more concerned with why one speaker is chosen over another.