Speak in public

Public speaking workshops, coaching and training.

You have something to say. People want to hear it. And we can help you develop your public speaking skills so that you can plan, structure and deliver your speech or your talk like a professional!

The American comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, once commented that studies had shown that more people were afraid of speaking in public than they were of death.

If you’re nodding your head in agreement, or if you simply know that your public speaking skills aren’t as strong as they need to be, you’re in the right place.

Our public speaking and speech training and coaching is designed to help you plan and structure your speech or talk with your audience in mind, and develop the confidence to deliver your speech or talk fluently and clearly, in global English.

Unlike presentations, a talk or speech doesn’t always include visual aids – and you won’t need them, because you’ll learn how to leverage the power of story and use the imagination of your audience to be memorable whilst being yourself.

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Formats & language

Formats available
  • 1 day inhouse workshops for teams and conferences
  • 30-45 minute keynote
  • 1-to-1 coaching sessions
  • short talks and interactive workshops on public speaking for high schools

We provide training and coaching in delivering speeches and giving talks exclusively in English.

For native English-speakers, this means that you learn to use a form of global English to help connect with a broad audience of native and non-native English speakers, in addition to learning skills in planning and structuring a talk.

If English is your second (or third, fourth, fifth!) language, you’ll have the opportunity to tailor your talk to your English language skills, so that you can deliver a talk confidently in English to a broad audience of English-speakers, with minimal nerves and without resorting to “reading”.

All the skills you learn will be transferable to other languages, too.


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