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Upcoming Speakers & Events

Experience exciting and educational events at The Lodge at Woodloch, featuring inspirational and motivational guest speakers, available to elevate your consciousness and personal awareness. Diverse opportunities are offered to discover a greater understanding of life, love, self, spirituality, health, music, healing, the environment, and our world. 

Debbie Epstein Henry
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Debbie Epstein Henry

From Friday, April 26, 2024 to Saturday, April 27, 2024 April 26, 2024 April 27, 2024 The Lodge at Woodloch

Debbie Epstein Henry, Author
April 26th - 27th
Debbie Epstein Henry is a lawyer turned speaker, consultant, author, and communication coach with expertise in careers, women, workplace dynamics, and law. She speaks at events in the US and abroad, wrote two best-selling books, and has been featured by hundreds of news outlets including The New York Times, NBC Nightly News, and The Wall Street Journal. Debbie hosts and interviews esteemed guests for the DEH Speaker Series and the podcast, Inspiration Loves Company, exploring how to do and be better at life, work, and everything in between. She’s given nearly 1,000 talks over the last 25 years and she shares her wisdom as a communication coach, inspiring leaders to communicate with confidence. Debbie and her husband of 30 years live in the New York area; they have three sons.

Friday, April 26th
How to Speak in Public with Confidence

8:30pm
Fear of public speaking is the #1 fear that people have. If you have a fear of failure, embarrassment, or inadequacy when it comes to public speaking, join us. We’ll explore how to overcome your public speaking fears so you can communicate with greater comfort, confidence, and effectiveness in a social, volunteer, or professional setting. 

Saturday, April 27th
Make Your Ask a Give

8:30pm
Asking for what you need or want in a social, volunteer, or work setting is often awkward and hard. Come learn how to master the art of the Ask. The trick? Listen and get to know a person’s needs, interests, and challenges. The more you know, the more you can help. Join us and learn how to be generous and a resource while learning to Ask for what will propel you and others forward.