San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Local talent: William Buist (https://xtenclub.com)
The Journey to Collaboration
In 1995, William moved his family over 200 miles to launch a new product for TSB. The merger of Lloyds and TSB just 3 weeks later left William knowing the importance of building collaborative relationships quickly and on purpose. The talk draws on the lessons learned to identify the key steps in building a collaborative working relationship for better business results. You'll understand what you need to do to build collaboration in your teams, and how the change in the nature of your work will give you more time and less stress.
Keynote: Pam Burrows (www.pamburrows.com)
The Heart Of A Speaker: Staying sane, confident and energised
This session will give you key strategies to stay well and stay confident no matter what crazy stuff goes on before, during or after your gigs. The PSA aim is to boost your speaking and your business. Pam is all about boosting you. Get ready for lift off!
• Be able to bring your best game to every talk, even on a bad day
• Stop letting negative feedback drive you crazy
• Learn simple tricks to stay well when you're busy
We will also have two superb 10-minute showcases from members.
• 6.00pm: William Buist
• 6.30pm: Member showcases
• 7.00pm: Break for networking sandwich supper
• 7.45pm: About the PSA
• 8.00pm: Pam Burrows
• 9.00pm: Close (drinks at the cosy bar!)
This event will be co-hosted by regional president, Bryony Thomas and vice president, Sue Richardson.
PLEASE NOTE: Traffic in central Bristol can be more than challenging, especially in the evening. We strongly recommend arriving by public transport. We are 5 minutes from Temple Meads and Cabot Circus.
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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.