Increase Your Impact & Influence
London, England • June 29, 2016
Do you want to be a better leader? Improve your communication style? Learn how to come across as more credible, persuasive and inspirational in your leadership style!
Wednesday, June 29, 2016 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDTJefferies
68 Upper Thames Street
London, England EC4V 2AF
Do you want to be a better leader? Improve your communication style?
You can express the same ideas and look exactly the same, yet by making simple changes to your communication style, you can be seen as more inspirational, persuasive and credible.
- Discover why ‘just being yourself’ doesn’t work, with examples from successful journalists, business leaders, actors and Presidents
- Learn how to combine your own authentic communication style with success principles, proven to work internationally
- Gain confidence to influence and inspire the people you work with, with simple actions you can apply everyday
Richard Newman is regularly in demand with the media and has been featured on BBC Radio, in Forbes Magazine, on Heart FM, SKY TV, Channel 5 News, as well as being featured in the Daily Telegraph.
Richard and his team have trained over 35,000 business leaders across 45 countries over the last 16 years. His clients include CEOs, Vice-Presidents and leaders across many industries, including Virgin, Expedia, EE, AXA, Capgemini, 3M and Specsavers. Richard is regularly interviewed on BBC Radio for his views on leadership communication, as well as being featured in Forbes magazine, the Daily Telegraph and the Huffington Post.
Our thanks to Jefferies, our corporate host, for their generous sponsorship of this event.
** Space is highly limited to make this a worthwhile event.
** Please register by 24th of June, 2016. No tickets will be available at the event.
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