Price: £1,095 (First Delegate Rate) £985 (Additional Delegate Rate)
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Mastery of communication gets results. This workshop has proved it time and time again. If you can build a reputation as a strong communicator then you will be an invaluable asset to your company, especially in times of recession.
What distinguishes this intensive two-day workshop from others is that it is highly practical. It doesn’t just tell you what to do; it shows you how to do it, with lots of individual practice, coaching and feedback. Combining research from positive psychology, business theory and actor-training, the workshop takes you through a system of simple but powerful techniques to ensure that you have more impact in every situation. Not only will you project yourself with confidence and presence; you will be able to unlock your potential to influence meetings, interviews, presentations, phone calls, conference calls, negotiations and video conferences. You’ll see a marked difference in your performance and back at the office you’ll be confident enough to put it all into practice immediately.
- Maximise your communication skills and personal credibility
- Hold the attention of people when you are speaking
- Speak fluently and confidently even under stress
- Handle difficult meetings sensitively and constructively
- Overcome conflict and learn to deal with problem situations
- Deliver confident, convincing presentations
- Get your message across effectively in all circumstances
- Deal with nerves
- Motivate your team
- Create rapport with the people you meet
- Strengthen your personal presence
Who Will the Workshop Benefit?
Anyone who wants to improve their ability to influence, motivate, inspire and communicate more effectively with others. It will particularly benefit: New Managers, Sales & Marketing Managers, Project Leaders, Team Leaders, Senior Managers, Consultants; Engineers, Business Managers
Ken’s unique and highly effective training style makes him one of Frost & Sullivan's most sought after consultants. He has wide experience of training and coaching senior managers from some of Europe’s leading companies.
Starting out in advertising, making TV commercials in New Zealand, he later turned to theatre, as an actor, director and teacher. Today he runs his own company, Koru Theatre and has trained, at the renowned Guildhall School of Music & Drama, some of Britain’s leading actors and film stars.
He is also known as a writer. He has been a regular feature writer for The Times and before that he spent 10 years as a theatre critic for The Guardian. His book A Better Direction examines the issues of director-training in theatre, film and television. He has published numerous reports and has contributed major entries for the Encyclopaedia Britannica. His plays include The Brave Magicians of Mangalore, produced in London by Polka Theatre, and Voyagers, produced by Jet Theatre.
As a public speaker, Ken has given many large-scale presentations in the worlds of business and the arts, sometimes to audiences of over a thousand. And he has chaired numerous European conferences.
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