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How Not To Present In A Team
At some point you may need to give a presentation or pitch as part of a team. This creates huge challenges and many areas for you to beware! Here are a few simple tips that can help you win the results and respect that you deserve, even if you have very little time to prepare.
How To Win An Election
The election campaign is in full swing and people asked what I thought of the communication styles of the leaders.
How To Give Your Presentation Slides The Wow Factor
I'm sure you have sat through many dreadful slides. Even if the speaker is terrific, when you have to look at hundreds of bullet-points and terrible graphics it can be painful.
The Secrets Of Effective Stories In Business
Yesterday I was with Robert McKee. He is known as the 'Godfather of story-telling'. His students have won 60 Academy Awards and 170 Emmys.
Storytelling Made Easy
Last year was the 50th anniversary since the death of JFK, as well as the infamous speech given by Martin Luther King Jr. They were both great speakers who knew that the power of story-telling can change the future - putting a man on the moon, or creating racial equality.
BBC Radio Interview
Last week I was on BBC Radio, discussing Ed Miliband's speech at the Labour Party Conference. As you may have read, he spoke without notes, without a lectern and sadly, as a result, without mentioning some critical points.
Telegraph Article
I am happy to tell you that there is an article about our work in the Daily Telegraph today. 
We Won The Cicero Award Grand Prize!
It's an international competition for professional speechwriters, with entries from around the world, across dozens of categories and with one overall winner.
Advice From Obama’s Speechwriter
I had the pleasure of meeting Jon Favreau this week, in Washington DC. He was Obama's main speechwriter for seven years.
Presentation Lessons From 3 Hollywood Stars
When we talk about preparation we often tell our clients 'Amateurs practice until they get it right, professionals practice until they can't get it wrong'.
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