San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We have a fantastic line up of speakers for our PSA London March 11th event.
Simon Hazeldine will be sharing sales proposals that will win your business. He’ll give us the speaking formats that will maximise profits.
Dr Lynda Shaw is a very brainy neuroscientist. Neuroscience is always being mentioned by speakers at events, not always correctly. Lynda will separate the facts from the myths.
Rohit Talwar will explore ten critical forces shaping the next five years for our clients and highlight the potential implications and opportunities for speakers, trainers and coaches.
Mike Daligan will give his tips to publishing a book on a budget. He’s the master of self-publishing.
Pam Burrows will be giving a session called Burnout Booster, how to maintain energy levels so you can be at the top of your game every single time you speak.
Plus Sylvia Baldock will deliver a ‘ten minute expert’ slot on Networking Your Way to Success.
And three showcase speakers will deliver ten minute talks and get five minutes of feedback from the audience.
9:30 Arrive - coffee and pastries
10:00 We start, whether you are there or not
11:00 Coffee & Tea break
13:00 Hot lunch
15.00 More coffee
16:00 Stage show ends, networking continues with hot drinks, biscuits and swapping small bits of card
PSA London is on a mission to INFORM, EDUCATE, ENTERTAIN AND INSPIRE. We hope you’ll join us on our journey.
Jeremy Nicholas - PSA London President
Any questions? Please email me at London@thePSA.co.uk
Or call me on 07802 251530
The PSA London committe is Jeremy Nicholas (tea drinker), Pearl Jordan (dancer), Lynda Shaw (neuroscientist), Chris Merrington (walker), Mike Ogilvie (pineapple fan), Mike Daligan (Spurs fan), Susan Mumford (cultural ambassador from the US of A), Julie Holmes (head of smiling) and Sylvia Baldock (head of yellow).
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Our aim is to help you speak more and speak better. Our events will help you do just that.
Cancellation Policy: Please be aware that we do not accept cancellation of bookings for PSA meetings, as we make arrangements to support the number of places booked and incur costs that cannot often be recovered. If you have booked a place at a PSA event and are no longer able to attend, please ask around your local PSA community to see if another speaker wishes to attend in your place - we’re happy for you to transfer your booking, and just ask that you let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.