WORKSHOP FOR SCHOOL LEADERS & EDUCATORS
On A Mission to Eradicate The Fear of Public Speaking In Schools By 2030
Join Imtiaz Jamil & John Todd FRSA on this FREE workshop on how to eradicate poor presentation skills in your school.
To celebrate the launch of our brand new Pitch Perfect public speaking training course we are going to show you how to help yourself, your staff and your student leaders deliver amazing presentations.
It's FREE but we are limiting the places to keep the quality high. Reserve your seat now!
What we will cover to help your presentations:
- Have Impact – Nobody wants to hear a limp lettuce
- Be Memorable – You don’t want people to forget
- Influence The Audience – Make a positive change
- Deliver Your Message – Words that have impact
- Use Your Voice Effectively – Use tone, pitch and pace properly
About the Workshop
We all know how difficult and downright scary public speaking is for us as adults.
Amplify it x10 and you’ll get an insight on how difficult it is for your students.
Public speaking is one of the most feared topics on the planet. Presenting in public literally reduces people to tears.
I know better than most that public speaking is a skill that has to be crafted, polished and practiced.
I learnt the hard way. My first business went bust because I wasn’t able to present in public.
So I am on a mission to eradicate poor speeches, eradicate a lack of confidence and eradicate the fear you and your students have of public speaking. I look forward to welcoming you.
About the Panellists
John brings many years of school leadership to the role of Director of Education. Born and educated in the UK, John read Natural Sciences at University College, Durham and has a Masters in Education from the Open University.
His international career has taken him to Singapore, Kenya, Nigeria, Qatar and most recently to China. John was Headmaster of Dulwich College Suzhou for four years and then moved to Shanghai as Regional Director of Schools at Dulwich College International, for a further four years.
In this role, John was the Chair of the Board of Management for all of the China schools. In addition, he served as Group Director of Safeguarding with an overall responsibility for Safeguarding including policy, compliance and coordination. John recently completed an online Masters in Organisational Leadership from the US.
Imtiaz has been working in schools in the UK since 2009. He has a wealth of experience helping staff and students to improve their public speaking skills. He has a BA Honours degree from Manchester Metropolitan University where he studied Design for Communication Media.
He is ex-President of the prestigious North Cheshire Speakers Club where he learnt the invaluable skill of public speaking. One of his proudest moments was hearing an ex student of his become Head Boy and he put it down to Imtiaz’s public speaking course that he took many years back.
“This is just a tiny example of the impact public speaking has on students. It changes lives for the better, improves outcomes, expands horizons and gives staff and students a new-found confidence. There is nothing like it and I’m going to show you how to harness it.”
Reserve Your Seat
Complete the short form to make sure you reserve your seat for this event. We only have a few seats so please do it now to avoid disappointment.
1. How do I reserve my seat?
Step 1 – Select quantity as 1. Step 2 – Select your time zone and click the ‘set time zone button. Step 3 – Complete the short form. Step 4 – Add the event to your calendar and check your email for instructions on how to join.
2. Can I ask the speakers questions?
Yes, we encourage all attendees to ask as many relevant questions to the speakers as possible. We will do our best to answer them on the webinar. If we cannot answer them on the day we may call or email with an answer so please make sure you enter your phone number.
3. Can I ask questions on the day?
Yes there will be an interactive chat function. You can ask questions there.
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