Category 'Presentation Skills'


Love Thy Client

Why Return on Love is the next big thing….

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7 Steps To Deliver Confident Presentations

1. Be a Know It All! When you feel familiar whether it be your material, the room or the audience you will naturally relax. We know this as fact. So the professional speaker must invest in getting the edge by… Finding out the outline of the day – we call this the running order but…

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When I first started working as a professional speaker – I worried a lot about many things but mostly about my knowledge, subject expertise and content. Like most people I feared not knowing ‘my stuff’ – appearing stupid or ill informed. In fact there was a genuine insecurity that someone in my audience would know…

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The Way Out Was Easy – Get The Right Presentation Mindset

I took the call; it was a call no husband wants to take. The voice on the other end told me my wife had been in a car accident on a duel carriageway near Wakefield. The car was a total right off… my wife was ok, shaken and bruised but she was ok. In 15…

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BBC Radio 4 – Public Speaking Academy review Ed Miliband speech

Last month we were invited by BBC Radio 4 to evaluate Ed Miliband’s speech at the Labour Party Conference. BBC Radio 4 asked The Public Speaking Academy to feedback on the approach Ed Millaband took in his key note address and discuss whether we should be aiming to speak without notes especially when tackling issues…

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How To Create Your Speaking State – Podcast

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadYou have different ‘states’ in all parts of your life – in the way you communicate with your boss, your customers, your partner or your friends.  We have developed these ‘states’ over many years.  Speaking requires you to develop a state that works for speaking to groups, but many…

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