Led by regular keynote speaker, author and change consultant Mark Shayler — this day long session is for those seeking to super-size their presentational skills.
"For anyone who wants to grow their confidence when presenting, and learn some simple frameworks for structuring killer talks and presentations, this is an unmissable workshop, led by a presenting grand master." — James Rutter, Head of Brand, COOK
Over the course of one day — in the charismatic company of Mark, and among a group of 12 fellow members — you'll discover how to put more of you into any kind of presentation you'll give in the future. As a group you'll collectively find your individual voices and develop your confidence to share them.
We're forever called on to present today; formally, informally; big groups, small groups — setting out to move people, and take them with us towards whatever our point is. And thanks to the internet our performances often live on forerver. We all instinctively know a good public speaker when we see one. They make it look easy, and seem so natural doing it — devoid of notes, and keeping everyone in the room off their phones and on the hook for what's coming next.
How do they do it?
Mark's combination of the personal with the practical will get you towards your own personal take on the right answer. You'll finish the day with a clear sense of how preparation, purpose and authenticity can magically combine to make sure whatever you're trying to get across lands with the audience you're trying to get it across to.
Things you'll cover
Being more you
Making slides work
Or leaving them out all-together
The role of the script
Understanding your audience
Dealing with questions
Dealing with no questions
The session will deliberately be capped at 12 people; among whom you'll be presenting to throughout the day. You'll need to bring a laptop too.
Location:Shoreditch House Library,
London, E1 6AW,
Start:January 12th, 2018 at 9:30am
End:January 12th, 2018 at 5:30pm
Cost:Free to 12 members