WELL Associates is a premier speaker resource agency. Clients appreciate the professionalism of speakers and their areas of expertise. WELL Associate speakers incorporate the speaking methods defined by Aristotle.
- Ethos – Greek for Character. The speaker is credible
- Pathos – Greek for suffering and experience. The speaker appeals to the emotion
- Logos – Greek for word or logic. The speaker helps listeners connect the dots
WELL Associates will provide a speaker for your business or social event. They will train your staff in areas of communication, leadership, business ethics, health and a multitude of other topics. We will also provide a Master of Ceremonies for an event.
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Judy’s career has incorporated her oral and written communication skills.
She has been a public speaker most of her adult life. She has been a spokesperson for a non-profit educational association. Her work experience includes coordination of local. regional and national conferences and workshops. She has written and designed brochures and flyers as well as national press releases. She is the former managing and contributing editor of Teachers of Vision magazine. She co-edited the revision and update of, Separate but Equal, a book on God in American history. Her love of the written and spoken word led to owning a bookstore for several years.
Judy believes public speaking is a “taught and caught” art. With training and encouragement anyone can become a speaker or improve their oral communication skills.
Judy Turpen – Speaker and Author
Judy has been involved in the art of public speaking and writing for most of her adult life. She has presented workshops, seminars and training to educators, businesses and members of non-profit organizations. Her specialties include speaking to women’s groups and inspirational presentations to churches. She believes public speaking is a “taught and caught” art. With training and encouragement anyone can become a speaker or improve their oral or written communication skills.
In order to become a public speaker one must first: “show up” then “stand up” and finally “speak up” in order to be heard. A speaker’s task is to inform, inspire and ignite others to action. One must know their audience, their venue and what’s expected of them to succeed. A speaker’s obligation is to fulfill, to focus and to leave a footprint. Each speaker has her or his own style and as long as we are true to ourselves and touch our audience we will be asked to speak again. Judy will cover the ethics of public speaking as well as practical points such as a contract, one’s dress, body language, using stories in presentations, delivery and speech preparation.
Judy recently retired as managing editor of Teachers of Vision magazine. She served on the staff of TOV for 25 years. . She co-edited the revision and update of, Separate but Equal, a book on God in American history. Her love of the written and spoken word led to owning a bookstore for several years. Her book on public speaking will be released in the fall of 2015. Watch for Show Up, Stand Up, Speak Up soon.
Her clients include: National Secretaries Association: Pasadena, CA Chapter, L.A.C.E. Founders District Toastmasters, Released Time Education, Women’s Connection, Christian Educators Association Conferences, CMTA (Christian Management Training Association), Pasadena City Club, Rotary, Lion’s Club and other civic organizations.
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