You are not alone when you get those feelings at the thought of speaking or presenting in front of others, to the media, or even in meetings. But have you ever considered just how much you are limiting your potential by staying quiet, or undermining how good it could be if you focus on the delivery rather than the nerves?
Public Speaking enables you to:
Hence it is not only vital for people who stand up and give presentations, but anyone who may have to communicate with others; in professional, educational, meetings, group, sports, or social situations. Mastering or fine tuning Public Speaking is not just about standing at the front with a microphone, but also effective communication and presence in meetings. It can give you an advantage that others may lack, even if their knowledge, interaction, or message may have been better had it been presented as well as you will be able to.
Don't just avoid missing opportunities, but also open doors to much more potential; and enjoy the opportunity instead of being paralysed by the necessity!
We can also provide courses internally for organisations , either bespoke or as recommended by us, and either as a one off or structured training program. Examples have included Sales teams, staff who provide training, Management teams, Directors, CEO's etc., Graduates, Apprentices, and any one else who has to participate in meetings, presentations, discussions, exhibitions/seminars, networking meetings, etc.
Courses and workshops are held in small groups (maximum of 10) on selected dates around the UK, and help address nerves, speech/presentation delivery, specific skills, and tips to ensure that your voice will be heard and hit the mark. Click below to find out more about the different courses, including upcoming dates available for you to book your place on.
Click below to see information about the different training options available. Stages 1 & 2 dates & locations will be view-able and bookable on the relevant pages, and stages 3 and 4 can be requested and planned via the contact form.
Addresses the nerves felt when speaking or presenting to others, and covers general advice for delivery
More in-depth and focused on presentation skills and speaking styles, or a refresher of Stage 1 course
Half or full day bespoke content training (1-to-1 or linked small groups), or contracts for ongoing mentoring