Pitch & Present
The One-Day Speaking Workshop for Agencies
Today, you have more opportunity than ever to tell your agency’s story by speaking in public. But many agencies only have a few ‘client facing’ people who can be counted on to hold their own in front of a live audience.
Pitch & Present is an ‘on your feet’ workshop that lets you upskill your agency leadership so they can represent your agency at pitches, client briefings and industry conferences.
Meet your workshop host
It’s all delivered by the brilliant and hilarious Bob Etherington, an ex-Reuters director who has been twice voted Europe’s Best Sales Trainer.
What the workshop covers
★ How to open your presentation ★ How to close with a bang ★ Using visual aids ★ Voice tricks to sound confident ★ What to put in your presentation ★ Dealing with Q&A ★ How to prepare and rehearsePublic speaking is the #1 fear.
Why? It’s often because people think they have to deliver TED-level masterpiece every time they speak. That’s not true! As Bob says: “You don't have to be great – you just have to be GOOD.”
Most presentations are so mind-numbingly boring, even being ‘pretty decent’ is enough to have people sat rapt and engaged.
Practical workshop information
The workshop happens on 30th April 2019 at CitizenM Hotel Tower of London. It runs from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Lunch is included in the ticket price.
Class size is limited to 10 people. Everybody gets individual feedback – including fun video analysis.
Anybody can come – not just agency leaders. Agency Hackers events are normally aimed at agency leaders, but for this one you can decide to send somebody else on your team.
It’s a WORKshop – you will be doing stuff! You don’t have to be an extrovert to do this – there are no cheesy or embarrassing activities. But you do need be wiling to take part and be filmed for the purposes of the training. (The footage isn’t kept beyond the workshop.)
In-house delivery available. If you want to send more than three people, let me know because in-house might be a better option.
Any other questions? Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org