This year’s TEDx Warsaw Women event was a great success with many emotions.
The event was the crowning of the work of several dozen people over the last months. Together with my TEDx speakers, we worked individually on the content, message, body language and other aspects that make speeches memorable and have the power to change thinking.
At TEDx Warsaw Women 2019 there were:
– Anna Heel
– Paul Masuria
– Anna Charko
– Agnieszka Matan
Mateusz Pawełczuk had a speech about the transfer of his data for medical purposes. As a doctor and founder of a startup called AIDA, he knows how important anonymously shared data is. Thanks to them, in the future artificial intelligence will be able to support doctors in the diagnostic process and improve the quality of medical services.
Agi Jensen talked about being yourself regardless of fashion trends and about not blindly following them. She discovered her path in life through yoga, of which she became an instructor. The whole presentation was crowned with an unusual fashion show. Girls from … the audience took part in it. Women and one gentleman with different body builds, heights, personalities and energies showcased themselves.
And here I am with my mentees
And here I am with my mentees.
Part of photos toke Agata Dabrowska photography
Hello. Welcome to my blog. I work as a public speaking trainer, mentor and head os speakers for TEDx Warsaw and I am certified coach at PCC level. I also help, among others, lawyers, vocalists, actors, lecturers and business people in preparation for their speeches in front of hundreds of people in the audience, as well as in conducting small meetings or presentations.
My professional path has led me through many years of music education, but also SGH and psychological studies. As the only Polish woman I performed in the Cuban musical “Conoce mi Cuba”. For many years I worked on controlling the stage fright that kept me awake at night. I have always wondered how to manage the internal critic, not to worry about the opinion of others, and how to build a real sense of confidence on stage. Now I know the answer. Recently, I have given countless interviews, which made me aware of the importance of confidence in front of the camera.