If you’re a fan of PowerPoint, look away now … because this isn’t typical corporate training. My workshops are based on a real-time TV newsroom experience.
So, you may be wondering … what does a TV Newsroom have in common with the world of business?
The workshops are exciting, challenging, fun and most importantly, they’re effective. Your staff will come away re-energised, with skills that can instantly be put to use in their professional lives. They’re my own product, not the BBC’s, but are based on more than thirty years’ experience working at the Corporation, at the sharp end of the business.
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Businesses have never needed to be more agile.
To succeed in today’s world, you need clear communication, fast decision-making and the ability to adapt when faced with changing priorities.
If you’d like the same experience I’ve shared with EasyJet, Gatwick Airport, the RFU, American Express … as well as many smaller businesses and their staff … get in touch.
I run communications workshops, confidence training and problem-solving workshops, teaching techniques which can be used the very next day – how to focus on a meeting, make key decisions, hit a deadline, secure a sale.
My background in TV news also makes me a safe choice if you’re looking for a keynote speaker and event host.
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