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Why you should find your true voice and share you - Member Offerings & Events

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2014-10-23 13:21:55
Why you should find your true voice and share you

“When people don't express themselves, they die one piece at a time.” ― Laurie Halse Anderson 



If you run your own business or hold a senior position in your company, you know your stuff. You are likely to be ready, willing and able to deliver a talk or presentation based on your knowledge, experience and expertise.  After all, you’ve done tens or hundreds of presentations before.

But have you ever wondered if you are presenting in the most effective and memorable way?


Boost your business and make an impression


To communicate effectively, spend a little time reflecting about how you impart what you know to other people.

When you share your knowledge, don’t settle for doing so in a standard format.  Your true voice is about sharing the real you – not your one dimensional, tried and tested corporate spiel.  This might be unconventional and risky, but the benefits are huge:

  • You will make an impression - people remember stories far more than facts

  • You will gain new business - sharing your knowledge through stories and anecdotes allows you to connect with your audience in an entirely different way

  • You will enjoy interacting in creative ways – it’s empowering and it’s fun

A date for your diary


There are all sorts of ways that the PPC team can help you find your true voice. Come to the next Club night on 4th December 2014 from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm and hear some of our members’ voices shine though.... It will be inspirational, great for networking and fun.

Posted by Deon Newbronner at 13:21:55, 23 Oct 14
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