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Posted by Dee Clayton on 16 Aug 2019

Can public speaking coaching help you win pitches?

Do you frequently pitch for business and want to increase your conversion rates? Or perhaps you’ve never pitched before and your first big presentation ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 6 Aug 2019

The top three skills missing in presentations

Our public speaking coaches in London work with clients to help them improve their presentation & public speaking skills. People come to us because ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 5 Aug 2019

Why audience engagement is so important – especially in conference presentations

Audience engagement is important – right? And perhaps even more so at conferences and all-day events. Often, when attending these events, I notice that ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 5 Aug 2019

Presentation Skills: Don’t forget to breathe!

A common problem for anxious presenters is talking too quickly not helped by extra adrenaline resulting in shallow upper chest breathing and tension in ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 25 Jul 2019

Using humour in professional presentations

Should you use humour in a business presentation? Humour really helps when it comes to being a public speaking coach and presentation skills coach, ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 15 Jul 2019

How to master the skill of storytelling

Storytelling is practised in every country and every culture, so to say it’s important is a bit of an understatement. It is everything. Stories ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 18 Jun 2019

Common mistakes to avoid when presenting to directors

One common public speaking situation that our clients ask us for help with is giving a presentation to the board. Not every board is ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 15 May 2019

How To Improve Audience Interaction

We’ve been training professionals to communicate effectively and interact in their presentations for years; engaging others is the foundation of good communications, good marketing ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 19 Mar 2019

Why a SASsy Structure is the way to go!

The manner in which any communication is structured is really important. It lays the foundations upon which everything else is built. By presenting information ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 22 Feb 2019

What is Professional Development and why do it?

You might have heard the term CPD, but do you know what it means? It stands for Continuing Professional Development, which is the process ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 18 Dec 2018

How to be a positive influence – on yourself and others

Rebecca Perl from Messagelab Communications chats to Dee Clayton about becoming one of the most influential businesswomen in the country, and how we can ...

Posted by Dee Clayton on 17 Dec 2018

‘Tis the season for awards!

Earlier this month, founder and Managing Director of Simply Amazing Training, Dee Clayton, was announced as one of the most influential businesswomen in the ...

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