There will be two sessions – one in the morning and one in the afternoon:
Grow your brain, grow your potential
This morning masterclass covers the full range of brain training skills including:
• Speed Reading
- Why we read so slowly
- Tests to find reading speeds
- Techniques to improve and how to apply them
• Mind Mapping
- Problems with the way information is ‘traditionally’ presented,
- Mind mapping rules and practice,
- Computer mind mapping
- How to apply problem solving, decision making and making and taking notes, creativity
• Memory Skills
- How the memory works
- Memory techniques
- How to remember details such as product features, clients names, numbers, stats, presentations
This afternoon masterclass will show you how to present with optimum impact. Can you remember when someone gave a dreadful presentation? They waffled on, forgot key points and didn’t use technology properly. What was wrong? Lack of sleep, weather, mystery virus? The problem was they practiced a bit, winged it and hoped for the best. The hard fact is that all of us only get so far on natural ability. To deliver effective presentations is a process that we can learn, practice and apply.
This course will look at: -
- How to open and close
- Use of humour and technology
- Body language
- Writing scripts
- Memory techniques
- Overcoming nerves
- Using props and notes
- How to bring alive dry material
You will go away with a tool kit that will enable you to develop and grow your ability when presenting.
Venue: ETC venues, Maple House, 150 Corporation St, Birmingham B4 6TB - www.etcvenues.co.uk
Cost: £50 CIMA members/students: £60 guests – Breakfast, Lunch and refreshments included.
Book: email Julie Witts at email@example.com to book your place
David Thomas suffered a dreadful childhood at the hands of his abusive parents and got into trouble at the age of 16 getting expelled from school. He joined the fire service but kept failing his promotion exams. He bought a book on improving memory, went to the world memory championships eight months later coming 4th. That was in 1996. Since then he has gone on to develop one of the most powerful memories in history. To date, amongst other memory achievements, he has become an international grandmaster of memory, broken a Guinness record for reciting Pi to 22,500 digits and won the US memory championships. He is a Sunday Times #1 bestselling author and appeared more than 500 times in the media, even going on Oprah. He has been a professional speaker for 19 years, speaking in 38 countries to every kind of audience.