june 2022

29jun11:00 AM12:00 PMCPDSO WEBINAR: What’s Your Story? – The Secret to Marketing Yourself and Your Business11:00 AM - 12:00 PM London, UK (GMT)

Event Details

How comfortable are you in telling your story? Perhaps you feel that your story isn’t that special or that you don’t have a story worth sharing. On the other hand, you may have your personal and business narrative all scripted out but struggle to present it to an audience.

Business leaders and great speakers alike need to be able to share their ideas and stories in the best possible way to connect with their audience and create that experience where they will be remembered. This is often achieved by sharing narratives of history and future dreams, articulating lessons learnt or complex ideas.

Storytelling is not about reading a story to a child. It is so much more. It is hard-wired into us as human beings and how we have survived for thousands of years. It should therefore be no surprise that a story well thought out and told, is so incredibly powerful.

The good news is that through the process of understanding of ourselves and applying and practicing techniques that work, we can become more authentic, engaging and confident speakers.

Andrew Coppin worked for over 20 years in a variety of technology and financial services companies, including Sony and JPMorgan and identified a need for enhanced public speaking training that was more practical and interactive.

He has designed a CPD accredited programme, that provides tools to build and strengthen personal or work relationships, whether it is with an investor, client or staff member. Let Andrew introduce you to think creatively in your communication, try and apply new techniques and ultimately help you to connect with your listener.

Your story matters and it is possible to find and tell your story.

Time

(Wednesday) 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Organizer

The CPD Standards Officeinfo@cpdstandards.com The Old Station, Moor Lane, Staines-upon-Thames, TW184BB

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