Meetings, presentations or any communication at work needn’t be stressful or scary. Practical tools and strategies can be taught which take the 'sting' out of getting your message across in a variety of potentially uncomfortable contexts. This unique two-day workshop enables everybody to experience communication in any situation as something advantageous, beneficial and even enjoyable. Ideally delivered a week apart, the two days embed skills to deliver key messages with clarity, authority and magnetism by blending insight, knowledge and practice. Delegates are empowered to develop a new ease as they communicate with effectiveness and presence.

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What you will learn

What you will learn

  • How to create impact using voice, sound, breath and motion
  • How to manage nerves and build confidence
  • How to present with ease
  • The key factors in connecting with an audience
  • How messages are best received
  • How current habits are helping or hindering effective communication
What the course covers

Modules in more detail

  1. Introduction to personal impact – what we mean by personal impact, and why and when it is important
  2. Non-verbal communication – theories of grounding, centring, body and tension. Learn techniques used by actors to convey presence, strengthen the message and structure thoughts
  3. The neuroscience of confidence – explore the key elements of confidence and identify strengths and individual development goals to build confidence
  4. Belief cycles – the link between physiology, emotions, beliefs, behaviour and results. Identify personal triggers for helpful and unhelpful cycles. Recognise personal patterns and create new cycles
  5. Giving attention – develop listening and focused communication skills
  6. Physical release and grounding – develop a routine to prepare for presentations and master body control
  7. Practice session – delegates practise a presentation with feedback
  8. Communication styles – how to build rapport and make a connection
  9. The neuroscience of nervousness – managing stress and techniques to overcome the negative impact of nerves
  10. Belief cycle action planning and preparing a presentation – combining all aspects of learning to prepare and deliver a short presentation
Who it is suitable for

Who it is suitable for

  • Anyone with a need or desire to maximise their personal impact
  • Anyone wishing to overcome personal challenges around nervousness or lack of confidence when communicating

At a glance...

At a glance
  • Two-day classroom workshop
  • Suitable for up to 8 delegates
  • Co-facilitated by a theatre and film director and an experienced leadership coach
  • Packed with insight, information, tips and techniques
  • Engaging activities and action planning
  • Includes working through a case study
  • Practice sessions with expert feedback