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COGUK 5-Minute Key Speaking Skills Survey

Public Speaking Survey for Community Representatives

The ability to communicate confidently and clearly is essential in any role that involves representing the community.

You may already have experience in public speaking within your community role.

For example: You may have to put your views on:

Local Council Committee or Neighbourhood watch panel, or liaise with professionals and other representatives as a Patient champion or Community champion.

Completing our quick survey will help us to gauge the feelings of community representatives around public speaking and identify areas where they could benefit from training in these essential skills.

The information you provide will be used to shape and refine key speaker skills training for those involved in community representation.

Please note we follow a strict GDPR policy.

    Your Role (1 = never, 5 = all the time)

    Your Current Role
    How often is speaking in public a demand in your role?
    How confident are you to speak up at a meeting (online or in person) and share your views?
    Have you had any training in key speaker skills for your role?
    i.e. any training on speaking and presenting more effectively.
    How involved are you with health promotion and health education within the community?
    Is this something you would like to be more involved in?

    How much does speaking in public make you feel (1 = not at all, 5 = very much)?

    At Ease

    How important are these speaker skills in communicating with the public in the field of health promotion? (1 = not at all, 5 = very much)?

    High-level knowledge
    Confidence in concept
    Listening empathy
    Good people skills

    When presenting in public or to colleagues what is your greatest concern (1 = not at all, 5 = very much)?

    Sounding boring
    Not enough knowledge
    Handing questions badly
    Running out of time

    How often AFTER a meeting online or in person do you wish you had... (1 = hardly ever, 5 = very often)

    Asked a question
    Voted differently
    Reflected more
    Challenged more

    When acting as a community representative, how challenging is... (1 = not at all, 5 = very challenging)

    Arriving at a collective decision
    Staying focused on a meeting agenda
    Ensuring practical actions as an outcome of a meeting
    Ensuring your contribution is heard

    Diversity and Inclusion

    How conscious are you of embracing diversity when you have a speaker role?
    Do you feel there is still more work to do in making people feel their participation and contribution is equally valued regardless of their identity?

    What would you most like help with in your speaker skills growth?

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