Are you asked to attend meetings because of your particular expertise? Do you attend regular board meetings and worry about your impact? Have you recently been promoted into a senior position? If you answered yes to any of the above, then you may need to develop your presence in the boardroom. The same goes for building client relationships at board level - you will need to present yourself with gravitas and authority.
This one day workshop allows you to develop your presentation and communication skills so that you make a favourable impression on senior executives. This course includes a copy of our bestselling book Charisma Effect, breakfast and lunch, and unlimited tea, coffee and snacks.
Professionals who want to improve their ability to make effective relationships at a senior level and present themselves with authority. This course is for those with strong pre-existing presentation skills.
We also run this course as part of our Women in Leadership series as a women-only course. Click here for more information.
One or two days
Maximum 6 participants
"Perfect balance of going outside of comfort zone without going too far. The length of presentations to practice is perfect too. I felt completely engaged throughout."Jessica Giles, Senior Manager EY
"The course goes beyond presentation skills. The principles can be applied in many other situations. Learned to trust myself, keep calm, and also how to captivate an audience."Gabriela Montalvo, Project Manager Particip
"I found this course very profound! It was so valuable to have protected time to spend on this skill, considered, reflective feedback, and a safe space to experiment with pushing my usual boundaries. Totally brilliant. So insightful."Sarah Ritchie, Policy Officer Health and Care Professions Council
"Really engaging and I came out with way more advice and improvements than I expected. Especially around acting confident."Jonny Scherrer, IT Team Lead Ocado
"The trainers were excellent. They handled the group so well with diplomacy, empathy and respect for our opinions. I felt very connected with them which made the course so useful."Juliet Mather, Recruitment Officer University of Bath