The power of speech
Who are the most extraordinary leaders you know, either by personal relationship or reputation? What makes them different and more capable than other leaders? Indeed, they are great at public speaking.
Your ability to speak effectively in front of people can do more to advance your career and your life than perhaps any other skill you can develop.
I help you beat nerves and build the foundation for real self-awareness and confidence. Together with my clients I explore the concepts of energy to increase presence and story structure to bring content alive and make it concise, accessible and memorable.
My method for more impact.
What is holding you back to be the best speaker you can be? We work on your inner stance or mental posture. And tackle once and for all the question 'how to overcome your fear and manage your nerves?'.
2. Prepare to speak
How to prepare for powerful speech? Answer the question 'what you wish to accomplish as a result of your presentation?' Then, nail your message, your structure and your storytelling.
3. Deliver with impact
Delivering speech with power. Learn to make optimal use of body language, your voice and rhetoric skills. Experience how you can engage your audience in a confident, personal and compelling way.
4. More than a speech
Whether your are giving a keynote, taking part in a meeting, going for a job interview, pitching for business, trying to get promoted at work, or want to get better at 'saying a few words', public speaking insights and practical tips will help you.
What others say about Montis
Gina Lovett – Acting Director Communications Climate-KIC
Elizabeth is a pleasure to work with, engaged and curious. From the first meeting where we discussed the brief and the task at ahead, Elizabeth was fully engaged, curious and asked lots of helpful questions to focus on what was needed. Once Elizabeth was briefed and understood what needed to be done, I felt confident about letting her get on with building a rapport with the speakers and developing the panels for the day. She also showed good grace and professionalism in a pressured situation in rehearsals. Elizabeth’s presenting work was great – calm and thoughtful. Elizabeth was a really crucial part of the events team.