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    December 21st, 2023 Chapter Meeting - 16 Undeniable Laws of Communication

    Date: December 21, 2023, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Holiday Inn Christiansburg and Live Online Zoom

    Free for Members
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    16 Undeniable Laws of Communication

    Michael Gallagher

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    You’ve probably heard that public speaking is feared more than death itself. It sounds crazy, but that’s what people say. Is there any truth to this statement? It is interesting, according to, 75% of people fear public speaking over fear of dying.

    Over about a 30 minute lunch and learn, Michael Gallagher will speak about several key concepts on effective communication from Dr. John C. Maxwell's newest book: The 16 Undeniable Laws of Communication. In this book he teaches us how to develop the necessary principles of communication and then gives practical how-to insights to develop as a communicator.

    In this lunch and learn we will discuss 4 of the 16 Laws:

    The first law is The Law of Connecting: Communicators know it’s all about others. How do you connect with your people?

    The second law to consider is The Law of Credibility: Your most effective message in the on you live. What makes a speaker credible to listen to?

    The third law is The Law of Conviction: The Stronger you believe it, the more people feel it. What topic or issue lights a fire inside when you discuss it?

    The final law to discuss is The Law of Storytelling: People see their own lives in stories. If we have time, this question: Why are stories so powerful?

    Unlock your leadership potential and make an extraordinary impact. As an award-winning Leadership Coach/Trainer, I'm here to empower you with the skills and mindset needed to thrive in today's dynamic world. Join me on this transformative journey of personal growth and leadership development. Together, let's create a legacy of confident leaders who inspire change and make a difference in their organizations.