Impromptu speaking is a mode of speech, generally modelled around a speech and debate event, where participants get a time-frame of eight minutes to deliver a speech on a given topic, with a characteristically short time of preparation, ranging between one and three minutes.
Primarily started as a technique to evaluate an individual’s aptitude, it has since then moved on to be applied in day-to-day conversations, social meetings, official conferences, formal gatherings, etc.
The tutorial aims to train the learners the tips and techniques of speaking impromptu on stage. The strategies help the speaker to generate ideas in an extremely small frame of time and articulate the ideas well before an audience.
This tutorial is designed to help working professionals get a better understanding of the importance of holding their own in any conversation, by bringing up relevant and interesting content into the discussion in a prompt manner.
Impromptu speaking and public speaking are vital for survival in the corporate sector, public sector, and in several other professions.
There is no prerequisite for this tutorial. The learner must be passionate about public speaking. However, there is no barrier of language or ethnicity for this tutorial.