Charlotte Signahl is a professional speaker who dares to use humor, love, and facts to give audiences inspiration and courage to realize that responsibility and opportunities for solutions are available to all of us. She’s a trainer and lecturer in motivational psychology, human rights, diversity and discrimination.
Session: Raising a feeling of awkwardness
Daring to talk about unpleasant and difficult issues
For the last two decades, Charlotte has been talking about “unpleasant” issues and addressing challenges, such as undesired conflicts in groups, organisations and society. In her session, Charlotte will share her personal experiences, providing hands-on, useful tips and techniques for handling difficult topics and situations; a key skill for speakers in a more polarised world.
We are living through a time of cataclysmic disruption – what does this mean to the professional speaking profession? How can we adapt?
“It means we must have the courage to question our own message – constantly! This requires us to face our own fears about changing what we do, and how we do it. It also means struggling with feelings of insecurity and doubt. I believe we need to become better at asking the right questions, rather than claiming we always have the right answers.”