You know how even experienced presenters can suffer from public speaking fear? In this session Dee, founder of Dee Clayton.com and Simply Amazing Training will show you why those discouraging and doubting voices in your head (otherwise known as “Public Speaking Monkeys®”) are the cause of any doubt, worry and nerves around presenting.
Whether you have “chunky monkeys” or just “mini monkey moments”- if you need to speak well in public then this interactive, fun and insightful workshop will help.
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About Dee Clayton
Highly acclaimed public speaking expert Dee Clayton specialises in working with individuals to develop their public speaking abilities. In addition to this she also works with business teams in house who are seeking to enhance their wider interpersonal communication skills.
Dee has an exceptional track record as an expert speaker for business, networking and corporate events. Her upbeat, inspirational public speaking style motivates and engages business owners, marketing professionals, directors and executives alike.
With experience in TV, events and radio, communications professional Dee Clayton is able to utilise her depth of knowledge in the psychology of marketing, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), Presentation Skills Coaching and Public Speaking Training to provide a motivational speech for your business guests.
Her recent book ‘Taming your Public Speaking Monkeys’ is available to buy now.
Think about the speakers you admire, and you’ll notice that they share a common trait: they have all mastered how to use effective pauses. The humble pause is often overlooked, but it really shouldn’t be …
The presentation is your chance to shine. You are away from the constraints of just answering questions.
“What’s your X-Factor?”
Treat it as your opportunity to show others what makes you unique.
Recently we ran an event for the 40 members of the global sales team of a multi-national, working with them to ‘Tame their Public Speaking Monkeys’ and help them increase their confidence when presenting.