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Congratulations to the 2022 Speaker's Cup attendees!
June 2022
We're delighted to have co-hosted another year of the Speaker's Cup competition, in partnership with the IPA. Many congratulations to all who took part, particularly Lee Mabey from Dentsu (1st), Osagie Samuel from The & Partnership (2nd) and...
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Tips for great video calls
September 2020
If you’re working from home, you might well be getting that work done using Zoom, Teams or WebEx.But we all know that a meeting over video conference is a lot bumpier than one that’s face-to-face, especially when there are more than a few people involved....
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How to interrupt politely on Zoom
June 2020
We’re hearing that some people are finding it tough to interrupt politely on Zoom, Teams, Skype etc.We all know colleagues who have no problem talking over others. We also know colleagues who find it tough to make themselves heard at the best of times, let...
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Virtual 1:1 Presentation Coaching
April 2020
Clear, engaging and persuasive communication is just as important online as off. Plus there are more challenges to consider.We’re running 1:1 virtual coaching over Zoom, as well as small group sessions and large group interactive webinars.We can easily flex...
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The 2019 IPA Speakers’ Cup
September 2019
We’re delighted to be partnering again with the IPA for the third IPA Speaker’s Cup.Following on from the success of the two previous competitions, we are running a day where speakers who work in advertising deliver a two-minute talk on an industry topic....
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An Introvert In An Extrovert World
June 2016
“Quiet Revolution. Is it better to be an introvert?” is a piece from last Sunday’s Telegraph (paywall) exploring what it means to be an introvert in a world often designed around extroverts. It’s centered on author Susan Cain, who spent 7 years in happy...
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