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The Vancouver Club
915 W Hastings St Vancouver, BC V6C 1C6


Nov 09 2023


4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Vancouver November Roundtable with Precious Ile: Speak to Lead: Mastering Public Speaking For Thought Leadership

Join us for the “Speak to Lead: Mastering Public Speaking for Thought Leadership” Roundtable and embark on a transformative journey toward becoming a confident, persuasive, and influential public speaker. 

You can expect to walk away with 3Cs:

▸ Cultivate a speaking style that aligns with your authentic self,
 Create a lasting presence as a thought leader,
▸ Communicate your ideas with clarity and purpose.Whether you’re looking to deliver captivating keynotes, inspire change, or leave a lasting impact, this Roundtable will equip you with the skills you need to shine on stage and make your voice heard in the world of thought leadership.

About Precious Ile, Workshop Facilitator

Precious Ile is a TEDx Speaker, public speaking & storytelling coach, spoken word poet, educator, and award-winning management consultant. She coaches and trains leaders and teams to communicate with confidence, influence, and impact. She is the Co-Founder and CEO of Impact Plus Consulting, an award-winning strategy and engagement consulting firm that helps purpose-driven organizations achieve over 90% buy-in on high-stakes strategic projects so that they are executed successfully.

Among her professional achievements, Precious is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with a master’s degree in Community Development from the University of Victoria. She was nominated for a YWCA Women of Distinction Award and recognized with two national IAP2 Canada Core Values Awards for Creativity and Innovation in public engagement.
She is a seasoned Board Director who is dedicated to causes related to youth, education, and socio-economic development. She is currently serving her second term as a Director with IAP2 Canada. She was a past Director with City Hive Vancouver and past Vice-President of the SFU Alumni Association. 

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