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Better Presentation Skills with Story, Status, Focus, SSF ™
Wed 7 December 2016, 10:00 – 17:00 GMT
The Better Presentation Skills with Story, Status, Focus, SSF ™ is a one-day development programme based on The Speechworks’ unique formula of SSF ™ - Story, Status, Focus - the three pillars of great communication. By exploring and mastering SSF ™ we can all become better presenters - more effective, more powerful, more impactful and more engaging. The day is built around actor and co-founder of The Speechworks, David Gillespie’s acclaimed keynote on presentation skills, discussion forums and interactive workshops.
* An immersion in SSF ™ and presentation skills.
* Creating compelling stories as presentations.
* Less is more - editing and fine-tuning.
* Delivering presentations for maximum impact.
* Vocal skills in presenting.
* Performance skills in presenting.
* How to manage your audience when presenting.
To ensure attendees get the most out of the one-day programme, group size is strictly limited.No Powerpoint is used in this workshop.
About David Gillespie
David Gillespie is an actor, voice-over artist, writer, keynote speaker and communications expert. David’s many TV and film credits include East Enders, Red Dwarf, Love, Honour and Obey, Bedtime, Sensitive Skin, Roman Mysteries, Stuck, Who gets the Dog, The Wee Man and more. Dave played the brilliant character DI Beach in the totally improvised fly-on-the-wall, cult comedy series Operation Good Guys (BBC2). It won Silver Rose and Prix de la Presse at Montreux.
His keynote speeches, seminars and workshops on presentation and communication skills have been enjoyed by many organisations across the world. These include AOL, Apple, Bacardi, BNP Paribas, Comic Relief, Google, ICAEW, M&G,National Express, Network Rail, The Crown Estate, Toshiba, William Hill and many others.
With Mark Warren, he designs and delivers training programmes in presentation and communication skills. Clients range from blue-chip corporates, professional bodies and start-ups to SMES, charities and public figures. He has written three books on communication skills with Mark Warren The Clinton Factor, Charisma, Get What The Greats Have Got and the WH Smith best seller How to be Interesting.