Everyone likes their story to be listened to. And when you’re communicating a great idea, you want to inspire action. To do that, you and your story must come alive.
Over the last fifteen years, I’ve helped clients and colleagues develop and deliver great presentations. They’ve secured new clients, inspired change and overcome their fears to make a real difference.
And I’d like to help you too.
I’ve created a short, seven-step guide to help people prepare for presentation greatness.
There’s another element that I’ve not covered in the guide; storytelling. I believe it’s crucial to a great presentation. That’s where the workshops come in.
Story really matters
It’s the best way for us to learn – and remember – new ideas. It also helps connect at a deeper level. We’ve been telling stories to each other since we learned to communicate. Much more than passing information, stories can help you can spark something amazing in your audience.
When someone uses storytelling techniques in their talk, it makes a positive, lasting impact on the audience – leading to action. That impact might be higher sales; better team performance; or getting the job.
I’m hosting one-day workshops where I’ll pour as much of what I’ve learned so far into over six hours of fun and energetic learning. I’ll be giving you real-life examples, effective techniques and practical tips to help make your presentations amazing.
The areas we’ll cover include: getting your story straight; the ways you can tell it and great techniques that help you maximise your impact.
Imagine a day where you can really dig down into the mechanics of developing and delivering a great talk. Building new skills, or re-energising things you’ve forgotten you could do. That’s what a workshop is all about.
Does the workshop…work?
A previous participant was seriously nervous about developing and delivering a presentation for her peers about a priority topic. Here’s what she said after developing and delivering her talk using the tools we explored together:
“Thank you so much for [the workshop], it was incredibly useful and inspired my confidence to give an hours talk to 20 of my peers…[from the feedback] it looks like my enthusiasm and passion for my subject really came across”
When you come to a workshop, my aim is that you leave knowing you’ll be able to make a signifiant impact on your audience the next time you have a presentation to deliver. The principles we’ll explore will even benefit your normal, everyday conversations.
Register your interest today and I’ll be in touch: