***ONLY 2 PLACES LEFT*** Does the thought of public speaking leave you in a cold sweat? Looking for ways to give your debriefs more pizzazz? Worried you're not making enough of an impact? Then help is at hand with...
AQR's Breakfast Bites
This session will help you present with confidence, hold the attention of a room and ensure everyone walks away feeling energised and full of ideas.
- Combining practical activities and insightful guidance, you will learn about body language and vocal variety to raise your game, storytelling for maximum impact and engagement, as well as the importance of purpose and audience on your approach. Youll gain a fresh perspective on presenting.
- The morning will be run by Lyn Roseaman, who has over 25 years experience of successfully mentoring, coaching and training colleagues in speaking and personal development. She founded Now Youre Talking to provide coaching in public speaking and communication that is driven by your needs, your material and your timeframe.
- A trained Qualitative Researcher, Lyn has worked at both MORI and Synovate and has achieved the highest level of public speaking and leadership at Toastmasters International. She is passionate about helping people make their communication more compelling.
PLEASE NOTE Spaces are limited to 15, and therefore AQR members get priority booking, so make sure you sign up as soon as you can to avoid disappointment! (Please note this also means we can only accept a maximum of 2 delegates per company).
AQR Members: £30 + VAT = £36 (membership is individual not corporate)
Non members price: £50 + VAT = £60
Book using the link below
25 September 2018
8.30am to 10.30am
The Research House
124 Wigmore Street
London W1U 3RY
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StreetMap of W1U 3RY
£50+VAT (Book Online)
£30+VAT (Book Online)
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The successful Breakfast Bites series this time focused on creating infographics. The first message: try staying away from PowerPoint and get creative on paper. How to boss a briefing
AQR's first Breakfast Bites kicked off in style, acting not just as a reminder of best practice, but also highlighting some important behavioural tips and techniques.