Do you dread the prospect of speaking in front of a group of people, whether presenting at events or contributing in meetings? Are you generally overwhelmed by nerves? Does your mouth go dry? Does your mind go blank or do you start to sweat? Is speaking in front of others something that you either try and avoid or simply try and get over with as quickly as possible?
If the answer is yes to any of the above, you are not alone. These fears are common to a lot of people.
Alternatively, maybe you're taking the next step in your business or career and want to prepare yourself to hit the ground running. Perhaps you've been promoted and have to present more as part of your role?
Do you want to make more of an impact at meetings?
Do you want raise your profile and speak at industry conferences and events but feel anxious at the prospect?
Alternatively, perhaps you speak frequently in front of audiences but feel that you are not connecting with as well as you would like. Do you worry about the message that you are conveying apart from the words that you say?
If any of the above situations apply, then this is the training for you.
We offer a unique and refreshing approach that is delivered with both compassion and humour. You will learn to transform your own experience and that of your audience. Even if you hate public speaking, you can learn to truly love it... and so will your audience.
We use a mixture of theatre skills and evidence based psychology. The net result is a fun day that will leave you energised and equipped with essential skills that you can use in both your personal and professional lives.
The day includes individual feedback, course notes and lunch.
Previous participants have described this as transformational.
Who is this for?
Trainers & Facilitators
HR and L&D Professionals
Leaders and Line Managers
Speakers & Presenters
What you will gain from this training?
Greater Levels of Confidence
Increased Connection with Audience
Being Memorable for all the right reasons
Greater enjoyment of speaking, presenting or training
Improved voice control
Awareness and best use of body language
Discover how to inspire others
Be able to go 'off script' and respond to the unexpected
Ability to be spontaneous