Our workshops cover:
Building audience rapport - In simple terms, making people like you
Body awareness – how your body language can influence your audience
Vocal delivery – what you say and how you say it
The power of your mind – creating the right frame of mind for success
Why attend a Tina Blake Speaker Workshop?
I believe that training to be a great public speaker doesn’t only happen on the day we are actually face to face, it comes from your life experiences and will continue after the day itself.
For groups I will send out a summary of the course in advance so that every delegate has the chance to feedback on the areas that they would most like covered and I can ensure that extra attention is paid to them in the individual time we have together.
If you think that you could benefit from improving your presentation skills, shouldn’t we be talking?
Our workshop packages
Workshops are suitable be for 2 – 6 delegates and can be run in the following formats:
- Whole day Session
- Half day session
- Individual Skype sessions
Every workshop is bespoke for the delegates attending but will usually include:
Introduction to verbal communication
Including: The 5 x top tips for making a great presentation
Make or Break your presentation in 30 seconds
- Creating a great first impression
- Putting your audience at their ease
- Interpreting signals of engagement
- Interactive session with video recording and feedback
The Business Presentation
- Writing a compelling speech and delivering it with conviction
- Interactive session including performance and video feedback
For this session each delegate needs to have prepared a short presentation of around 2 – 5 minutes in advance
Key learnings will include:
- Engaging audiences large and small
- Entertainment versus information
- Script structure and length
- Verbal and non-verbal communication
- The importance of graphics in larger presentations
- Key points for graphic creation
A bespoke summary of the day with recaps on individual performance
Shouldn’t we be talking?
Public Speaking Training Case Studies
Many of my clients don’t want their names and projects published on the internet and, of course, I respect their wish for privacy.