Your team can improve their presentation skills and get your message across more effectively with confident, memorable, engaging presentations that really stand out from the crowd.
Over nineteen years, leading comedy in business trainer Jill Edwards has shown a wide range of professionals across the board how to use subtle humour to improve presentations and communications when speaking in public. They include marketing & promotional staff for international brand name products, senior academic & research staff presenting scientific & engineering concepts for Imperial College, female staff & lecturers of Oxford University and the Home Office.
These unique and innovative practical training sessions, specifically designed for non-comics, utilise the basic techniques of stand-up comedy, which Jill has adapted for highly effective use in the business world.
Working in small groups delegates learn how to use straightforward comedy writing techniques to generate and build subtle appropriate humour into presentations. How to connect instantly, communicate complex ideas effectively, illustrate and reinforce key points. Plus simple top comic tips to beat nerves, improve confidence and enliven delivery.
Training sessions individually tailored to fit client needs are suitable for 10 to 30 delegates. Short sessions are effective for larger groups at networking events. For further information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presenting with Confidence & Humour Taster - Brighton Festival Fringe 2013
Jill's inspirational ninety-minute taste of how to use subtle humour for confident, memorable, engaging, stand-out presentations is back by popular demand. It's at Komedia, Brighton and is part of the Professional Development Programme for Brighton Festival Fringe 2013. This taster is specifically designed for non-comics and it's always a lot of fun!
"Delegates were amazed to find they could use techniques from the world of comedy to really connect with audiences when public speaking and/or delivering presentations without compromising the gravitas of sensitive topics."
Jo Gibson, Communications Advisor, UK Borders Agency, Home Office