Talking Toolbox Masterclass
Start Date: 16 Apr 2015
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
Duration: 2 hours
Venue: Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff , CF10 5AL › View map
AN ACCA SOUTH WALES NETWORK EVENT IN ASSOCIATION WITH CMI CYMRU
Tools to improve your confidence and impact when speaking in public
1. Working out your core message
2. Structuring your talk – six great frameworks you can use
3. Getting off to a flying start
4. Corporate Storytelling
5. Coping with nerves
6. Using humour
7. Standing out from the crowd
8. Top tips on microphones, clickers, powerpoint and timers
9. Big Finish with some of my signature business stories.
Jeremy Nicholas is an award winning TV and radio broadcaster, well known for his quirky ‘And Finally’ reports for BBC News.
He’s reported on the face of Elvis appearing on a piece of Stilton cheese and Speedy the tortoise having an artificial leg fitted. Tragically pigeonholed as an end-of-bulletin man, he never gets the lead story.
However every cloud has a silver lining and Jeremy’s now a well-known voice on the after-dinner circuit and was the 42nd person in the UK to be awarded a Fellowship of the Professional Speaking Association.
He’s the director of Talking Toolbox and runs masterclasses on how business speakers can be more entertaining and engaging. He’s on a mission to make Britain’s conferences more interesting. It’s tough work, but someone has to do it.
However kids of all ages are more impressed that he’s the voice of the global best selling football video game FIFA 15. If your children have this game, you will know this man’s voice, perhaps a little too well.
TV sports fans will recognise him as the early face of live football on Channel 5, back in the days when the picture was a bit fuzzy. When the signal improved he was replaced by someone better looking.
Jeremy’s career highlights include being punched by maverick football manager Brian Clough during an interview, losing out to Anthea Turner in the hunt for a new Blue Peter presenter and being ambushed live on air by an armed man claiming to be Jesus.
He’s written a couple of books, one of which was good. His third book will be finished when his speaking work dries up and he can find time to write it.
18.00 – Registration & Refreshments
18.30 – Workshop Begins
18.30 – Break
19.45 – Workshop Resumes
20.30 – Ends
Questions about this event should be addressed to Acca Global at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 0844 894 4835.