CORPORATE PUBLIC SPEAKING TRAINING

Training For Teams And Individuals

Corporate public speaking training

Corporate Public Speaking Training

There will be times when you want all the members of your team to become more effective speakers.

Perhaps for a new product launch. Or, maybe a client pitch or some other new opportunity. Whatever the case, you will need a tailored message for those speeches. And when you want to train your team, you will require some input to the training and its delivery.

Corporate Public Speaking Training Off-Site or On-Site

A tailored public speaking training course gives you the opportunity to train all your team members. At the same time. And to the same level.

The feedback on the training was great and all the staff took away some valuable tools.

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Chesterfield

We can offer a price package for your off-site tailored public speaking training. We can make a proposal that's especially relevant for your people wanting the training…and your choice of training centre.

Or, you can organise onsite, bespoke training on your own premises making your training budget go even further.

You can call us on +44 (0)1344 859 823 to discuss your public speaking training needs.

Or, you can email training@timetomarket.co.uk

Tailored Corporate Public Speaking Training Nationwide

You can choose from more than 40 specialist business-oriented training venues up and down the country. In addition, you can arrange a tailored PresentPerfectTM course on your own premises.

Each tailored corporate course–one or two-day events–is designed to enhance the public speaking skills of your whole team.

So, you can organise a PresentPerfectTM public speaking skills course to be tailored for your own needs as and when you require.

Consequently, with a tailored PresentPerfectTM public speaking skills course you have the means to build the skills of your whole team and bring everyone up to the same standard.

"I keep six honest serving men: They taught me all I knew: Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who."

Rudyard Kipling