Not everyone looks forward to delivering a conference keynote, or to being interviewed for a written article or a television report. In fact, you might even have a phobia of it. If presenting on stage or in the media makes you seriously uncomfortable, we can help. Everyone has special talents, and our Gallup-certified CliftonStrengths coach Mark Laudi can help you draw on your talents to deliver a creditable presentation you can be proud of.
Most trainers focus on their curriculum, not the individual. They try to impart the same public speaking or interviewing skills, irrespective of your starting point. They force you to adopt skills which come easy for extroverts, even if you are an introvert. This simply won’t work. No amount of rehearsing will help you turn a weakness in presenting into a strength. For the first time in Asia, we make the techniques fit in with you. Even if Command, Communication, Self-Assurance and Woo feature low in your Talent Themes, we help you build your unique talents into strengths when speaking in public.
How participants will benefit:
• Less discomfort when presenting
• More cohesive, less nerve-wracking media interviews
• Better presentations
• More enjoyment from presenting – you might even start to look
What participants will learn:
• How to draw on your hidden talents for public speaking and media
• How to develop your talents into strengths that help you overcome
your fear of presenting
What materials participants will receive
Each participant receives their own personal CliftonStrengths assessment. If you had previously taken the assessment, send us your Signature Themes ahead of the workshop
Hong Bao Media
Mark is a former radio and television anchor, and media and executive coach to senior business and political leaders in Asia.
He is a veteran of the traditional and new media, with 25 years' experience in print, radio, television, new and social media.
He anchored and produced regional network television business news programs at CNBC Asia Pacific, and hosted news and current affairs radio programs at MediaCorp and ABC Radio.
Since 2006, he has been coaching senior leadership teams in new and traditional media, including how to leverage video and live webcasting for stakeholder communications.