The Millburn Free Public Library is pleased to welcome Jyoti Singhvi to present “Critical But Often Ignored Keys for Success: Public Speaking and Presenting for Impact” on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 7:00pm.

Many of us are good at what we do. And we feel that our work will speak for itself and will be rewarded. However, getting the rewards, raises, and promotions that we deserve and is usually another story!

How can we make our colleagues and our organization’s decision-makers aware of our work—and how can we get recognition for it? Public speaking and presenting in front of groups is an important part of developing our personal brand and showcasing what we are experts at and what we have produced. Because if we don’t share our work or our ideas, we won’t get recognized for it, or benefit from reaching our maximum success potential.

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Participate in this program to learn:

  1. How NOT communicating effectively in front of groups can hinder your success
  2. Pro Tips to communicate your message effectively
  3. Actionable techniques to ensure your audience will actually listen to what you have to say
  4. How to shift your mindset to boost your confidence

This program is free and open to all. The Millburn Free Public Library is located at 200 Glen Ave., Millburn, NJ 07041 and can be reached at 973-376-1006.​

About the Speaker: Jyoti Singhvi

Jyoti Singhvi MBA ’07 has more than 30 years of experience as a speaker and presenter, and she has developed comprehensive training programs in presentations, communication skills, public speaking skills for executives and professionals, and for employee confidence and retention. Jyoti has presented her research at MIT and Harvard, and has interviewed and hosted CEOs and executives from Starbucks, JC Penney, Bridgewater Associates, Tiger 21, Birchbox and 60 Minutes.

A serial entrepreneur, Singhvi is the CEO of an ed-tech firm that trains corporate employees in communication skills She has also founded a couture "story-telling" luxury goods company, and has worked in business development, strategic partnerships, CRM, eCommerce, innovation, and digital and traditional marketing at Cartier, IBM, and KPMG.

Singhvi earned a MPA from Harvard and an MBA from MIT. Philanthropically, she is passionate about women's empowerment and children’s development, and has been involved with organizations such as UN Women and the Resolution Project.