There is no more universally felt fear than that of public speaking, second only to death itself. This means at a funeral most would rather be the body in the casket rather than the speaker giving the eulogy. For over a thousand years, great speakers have shared their fears of speaking in public. Even during the golden age of public speaking, a pencil scrawl written by a man sentenced to be hanged read “I would rather face the gallows than speak to the crowd before it”.
Whether you’re saying “Hello” on a zoom call or standing up for a simple meeting, if you find you’re trembling before an audience in person or remote, big or small, in this one-off course you will learn:
This course also comes with an optional bespoke report which outlines your current strengths, weaknesses and exercises for home practice.
Highly recommended – Richard built an agenda around my priorities, the session was interactive and had plenty of constructive feedback.
Richard has a wealth of knowledge in different communication areas so he could help on several aspects of my speech. He is approachable and really looks to tailor the lesson to your needs. I would definitely recommend him!
Richard was able to identify some issues very early on and provided a thorough framework for improvement.