Do you ever feel nervous about public speaking or anxious about an upcoming job interview? Would you like to learn how to reduce anxiety during public speaking so you can be more present while engaging with your audience? Join this interactive session led by expert Dr. Amanda Tobe to learn strategies to overcome anxiety prior to and during a public-speaking situation or interview. This session will help you manage performance anxiety in the workplace through learning strategies and tools that will help calm nerves to ensure your best delivery. This event is eligible for 2 CEUs.
Tuesday, November 26
Registration - 11:45 AM
Program & Lunch - 12:00 - 1:30 PM
Members: $35; Non-members: $55
Promo Code for Groups of 3 or more (limited to 5 Maximum): ONMULTI19 *Discounted Rate of $25/person for members and $45/person for non-members.
Dr. Amanda Tobe, PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Dr. Amanda Tobe, Ph.D specializes in helping leaders and professionals overcome job interview and public-speaking anxiety in the workplace. Amanda works with clients on an individual basis to build their confidence and develop their own personal toolkit of strategies to put their best foot forward in presentations, business meetings, job interviews, and their overall job performance. Amanda has written several publications in business and psychology journals on interview anxiety, and has been featured in media outlets such as Huffington Post, Globe and Mail, Forbes Magazine, and Men’s Health Magazine.
Prior to her current specialization, Amanda worked for Walmart Canada and Trillium Health partners in the areas of talent management and performance management. Amanda also spent time lecturing in Organizational Behaviour at the University of Guelph-Humber. She is certified in interpreting the Hogan personality assessment and Korn Ferry Assessment of Leadership Potential (KFALP), which are particularly useful in her approach to developing leaders at all levels.
Amanda is based in Toronto and is an involved advocate within her profession, maintaining a blog where she aims to make her strategies and science more accessible. In addition, she serves as a guest on podcasts featuring topics related to her practice and passions. She holds an M.A and Ph.D in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Guelph.