In the past year, Jack has conducted presentation training workshops for Lawrence General Hospital, Exeter Hospital (NH), UMass Memorial Hospital, and the Peter Paul Management School for Furthering Physician Education. He has also run workshops for Vertex and Biogen.
Jack is currently an instructor at the T.H. Chan School of Public Health, a graduate school. His courses include The Art of Communications, Leading Through Speaking, and Public Speaking for Managers.
Presentation Training is Jack’s 2nd career. His original work was in advertising, where he was a founder of a mid-sized creative boutique in Boston. Prior to advertising, Jack was a TV director and copywriter.
Jack worked 7 years, through high school and college, at a pawnshop outside of Philadelphia. The rich experiences at the pawnshop were the basis for his business book on marketing, The Pawnshop Chronicles: Street Lessons for the Business World, which continues to sell modestly to this day.
Public Speaking for Health Professionals is a 7-hour workshop (over two sessions) that teaches the key elements of public speaking while diffusing the anxiety that sometimes comes with public speaking. Because the class is limited to no more than seven participants, each person gets a great deal of one-on-one coaching and specific feedback based on their work in the class.
The class is a combination of some lecture and mostly instructional feedback. All participants make at least three presentations; each then reviewed by the instructor.
There are four areas of instruction which Jack Rossin calls The BOSS Method™. BOSS is an acronym for the 4 areas of public speaking this course will help you to become more comfortable with:
AGD Code: 550
Remaining Seats: 7
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