with Neil Chalmers
16.09.2020 & 17.09.2020
Dress Code – Collar, Tie and Jacket
Time: 9.15am for 10am start – 4.30 finish
Education Points: 6
We will cover
- Speaking to defined objectives
- Getting your message and personality across
- The importance of conversational delivery
- Coping with Adrenalin and stress.
Engaging the Audience:
- The importance of time
- The importance of the audience
- A method to help
- Preparation and strategy
- Use of examples
- The importance of rehearsal
- Style and tone
- Creating a route map
- Visual aids-problems and opportunities
- Speaking off the cuff
Question and Answer:
- Avoiding the pitfalls
- Controlling the agenda
About Neil Chalmers
Followed a career in advertising for 20 years, in London and some time in Canada.
Followed by running a hotel and restaurant. For 10 years I became the chef proprietor, in partnership with my long suffering wife, of a small hotel and restaurant. In parallel, I started a consultancy focusing on spoken communications and training for presentations.
Exiting the hotel business, having enjoyed rather too much of what we sold, I continued with the consultancy as a more healthy alternative, subsequently publishing -“How to Give A Great Presentation”, in 2016.
Has been a member of a prestigious London Club for over 31 years.
Caledonian Club, 9 Halkin St, Belgravia, London SW1X 7DR
The Athenuem, 12-18 Church Alley, Liverpool L1 3DD