See my television interview tomorrow, June 7, 2018 at 4:20 PM with Sandy Kenyon, entertainment reporter, on Eyewitness News, WABC, Channel 7 in New York, where I discuss the nature of stuttering and how dramatics has helped famous actors deal with their stuttering.
Tune into “Westchester Eye On The Radio” with Peter Moses, WVOX, 1460 AM, Monday, March 28, 2016 @ 3 PM to hear my interview. We’ll be speaking about my work as a speaking and writing coach, speech writer and speech pathologist in Westchester and the metropolitan NY area. I’ll be taking questions from listeners so feel Read more
HOW TO GRAB YOUR AUDIENCE Learn how to speak with confidence to one person, a small group, or a large audience. Whether you are selling yourself, your business, a product or a concept, being a great speaker is not just important…it’s essential. Take advantage of the opportunity to make a special occasion-toast, corporate presentation or Read more
Develop your skills to become a great speaker at my upcoming workshop at Watercooler in Tarrytown, on Tuesday, June 2nd, 7-9 PM. Registration is still open but this program has sold out in the past! Click here for the link: http://lazarspeech.com/2015/04/21/how-to-grab-your-audience-with-gloria-lazar-a-workshop-to-become-a-confident-speaker/
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Individualized, corporate workshops can be developed for your company or school. Feel free to contact me by phone or email: [email protected], or 914-631-5082. There are no upcoming public workshops scheduled during the winter of 2015 but I frequently post my articles on public speaking, writing, language, cognitive function and speech pathology on the Blog section of the website.
Tune into Peter Moses’ radio show on WVOX 1460 AM, Monday, June 10, 2013 at 3 P.M. I’ll be interviewed by Jen Ross, owner of Watercooler, a co-working space on Main Street in Tarrytown. We’ll be talking about my work as a speech and communications coach as well as other aspects of my practice as a speech-language pathologist. I’ll Read more
How many times do you say “um, “ah”, “you know,” in the normal course of conversation? We all use “fillers” to bridge the gap while we’re thinking of a word, switching topics, gathering our thoughts. Unless they’re excessive and break the flow of speech, speakers and listeners in conversation generally don’t generally take note of Read more