FOR INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANISATIONS
Transform the way you communicate in public
Would you like you, or your people, to be able to:
✔︎ Effectively manage nerves
✔︎ Feel confident and enjoy speaking in front of any audience
✔︎ Think clearly – even under pressure
✔︎ Speak easily and creatively without notes
✔︎ Overcome public speaking fear
✔︎ Feel really comfortable at business or social events
✔︎ Get your message across powerfully and effectively in all situations
✔︎ Confidently represent your company in the world
The solution isn’t the standard presentation skill course, it’s a completely new approach…
Presentation skills but not as we know it
Most presentation skills courses are based on a “performance” method, teaching people how to put on a “show” for the audience. The problem is that the audience recognises that this is fake, and so does the presenter. It doesn’t feel real to anyone.
The Relational Presence® method starts at a completely different level, by treating authentic connection as the cornerstone of communication – with this new method, it becomes powerful effective and genuine . When applied to public speaking and presentations, the results are delightful, life-changing and long lasting.
This isn’t about how to structure a standard presentation, this is about bringing communication alive.
Compelling, pleasurable and satisfying for all concerned. Imagine a presentation you enjoyed for once – and one that you believed in!
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that I thought the course was life-changing.
Relational Presence training
In a Relational Presence® training participants work in pairs, small groups and in front of the whole audience.
They learn how to:
- become really comfortable connecting with the audience (at ease with real eye contact),
- understand and manage their emotions and thinking patterns around being the centre of attention,
- enjoy improvisation (thinking on their feet) and improving their listening and focussing skills.
- be fully present and in the moment with those they are speaking to.
- find their unique voice and style
- build rapport with audiences and be compelling as a speaker