Hello my fellow curious dentists!
Next Tuesday you can catch me delivering a live webcast on public speaking as is relates to dentistry. You’ll learn about improving case presentation to patients, being a leader in meetings, and persuading from the podium.
I’m doing two separate live shows, one at 11am and one at 7pm, both Central Standard Time.
The deadline to register is tomorrow, April 19th.
Hope to see you on the 24th!
More details and registration info is below. This is the official ADA notice that went out:
Don’t Miss Out on Free CE
Running a study club, being active in organized dentistry, and networking in your local community are just some of the many situations that call for dentists to speak in public. If the idea of expressing your opinions in front of a group of people is terrifying, realize you’re not alone.
Join Dr. Chris Salierno, vice chair of the ADA New Dentist Committee to learn simple tricks for beginners and polish the honed skills of pros. Public Speaking—Conquer Your Fears, Master Your Words is scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, 2012, 11:00am-12:00pm CDT and 7:00pm–-8:00pm CDT.
Be able to:
- Transform ideas and opinions into powerful presentations
- Improve persuasive skills
- Deliver a lasting impression to an audience
Register now for this no-fee opportunity worth one hour of free CE credit*. Registration closes April 19th. You will receive a confirmation email prior to the webinar with further instructions for signing in on the date of the event.
*CE Credit Information: To verify your attendance for continuing education credit, you must pre-register for the webinar. Following the webinar, each participant will receive a letter via regular mail verifying attendance. Participants should retain this verification of participation for their records. CE credit issued for participation in this webinar may not apply toward licensure renewal in all states
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The American Dental Association designates this activity for 1 continuing education credit.