Want to confidently influence your audience and produce better business results?
I’ll show you how to:
- Speak with influence, power, authenticity, self-expression and passion
- Gain – and regain – your confidence
- Dismantle the three great myths of public speaking
- Be the first to put your hand up to speak
- Overcome your fear of public speaking forever
- Your story is your wealth – learn how to share it effectively
I have been a British Army Officer, a photo-journalist, a waiter, a game-keeper’s assistant, a planter of onions and chicken-coop cleaner. I have also cycled from 13,000 kilometres from Cape Town to the UK.
I’ve been in people and leadership development for over 30 years and I speak, coach, train and facilitates people and organisations to be more effective, productive and purposeful.
I’ve spoken at over a thousand conferences and events.
I work nationally and internationally with big business, small business, educational establishments, charities and non-profit organisations. My clients have included Investec, Tiger Brands, Audi, Barclays Africa, SAB Miller, Bishops, Rondebosch schools and Lotus River High School, St Luke’s Hospice and St Joseph’s Children’s home.
I am married, live in Cape Town, and have two children. My loves include, story-telling, nature, The Blues, stand-up comedy, Test Match Cricket, cycle-touring and connecting with people.
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Phone: +27 82 565 0765
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