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Episode 045 - Effective Business Presentation Skills.

I'm a speaker and trainer. As a speaker, I specialise in resilience, emotional robustness, public speaking and presenting.

As a trainer, I'm the director of the training company Aware Plus and I have a particular speciality as a trainer and coach helping anyone who wants to make better use of their voice or who wants (needs?) to make better presentations. Basically, it all boils down to 'impact'.

... and you can find more stuff about the in-house presentation training we do and the public presentation training too! ... all you have to do is ask! 🙂

An old review of one of my courses finished with "It changed my life." Frankly I'm not sure I'm that good (I'm not sure ANYONE's that good! 🙂 ) but it was in The Times, so who am I to argue? A more recent one simply told their HR department they'd made a mistake to only employ me for one course: "... the best trainer I've ever encountered".

I'm passionate about what I do and I do it well. Sometimes I'm even modest about it! 🙂 I'm always happy to talk things over and - if I can - give some freebie advice by phone or email.


Ian and Simon Discuss:-

        • PowerPoint Presentations
        • Your Image/Personal Brand
        • Preparation
        • Nervousness
        • Speaking Myths
        • Top Tips

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"The fear of being trained, sometimes makes people not do it!"

- Simon Raybould