Be Less Robot

Be Less Robot

Be Less Robot

Be Less Robot

The world of work is a truly terrifying place. Where your communication skills are forgotten, your individuality is chipped away at, and your real voice is lost.

If you feel trapped in that cloud of confusion right now, I’ll not only pop it for you, but show you how to be yourself again, and how to get your voice heard louder than ever. It’s something I’ve always done…

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From drama school to ...drama school

Back when I finished London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama, I needed a way to bring the pennies in between acting jobs. But when my lovebite-laden Job Centre Advisor told me my benefits would stop unless I took some dismal double glazing job, the only option was to set up my own business.

It was a blessing in disguise. I used my business loan to launch a children’s drama school. And as luck would have it, teaching kids how to act is the easiest job I’ve ever done. They’re fearless, full of confidence and don’t care what other people think.

The parents though? Different species. They’re so focused on getting the best for their kids that their own needs take a back seat. But when they saw how I’d transformed their kids’ confidence, a few of them begged me to help them with theirs.

Talking Turkey & bossing the bosses

Not wanting to get stuck in a rut myself, I sold my drama school and spent the next few years travelling the world, working in theatres, teaching drama, writing books and at one point, directing the presenters of the Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul. That was an experience.

When London called, I came home, set up my own coaching company, teaching anyone and everyone how to be better public speakers, get their points across confidently, become better managers and more.

One day I could be teaching interview skills to a guy just out of prison, the next, showing CEOs how to be more assertive. It can be tough when people are struggling with confidence or think they’re better than they really are, but as a natural truth-teller, I say it as it is, and they always listen.

Ready to change your life?

Finding your true voice isn’t just about the way you speak. It’s about body language, non-verbal communication and even understanding other people’s personalities.

I roll all the techniques I’ve learned from theatre, improv and writing into one, and combine them with my training in psychology and NLP (the language of the mind), for fun and interactive courses that make a huge difference.

It’s why organisations of all sizes keep coming back to me for training.

Looking for a fascinating speaker and panelist? That’s me! I speak on all matters to do with people in Tech: from Management to Pitching and Storytelling.

I’m regularly asked back to give talks at the Institute of Directors and HiBob, amongst others.

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Presenting and Pitching Courses

Nail your big moment, with loads of practical tips and opportunities to try them out. Courses can be customised to any level so that everyone becomes less vanilla and more thriller.

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Communication & Influence Courses

I’ll turn you (or your whole team) into confident communicators, even with dispersed teams. It’s how you think, listen, build trust and establish credibility.

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Storytelling for Tech and Business

Find the right stories for a variety of business situations and be able to convey them in a compelling way. When data and facts don’t cut it, a narrative can kick start the action.

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Creative Problem Solving

Know how to use communication to come up with better ideas and put them into practice, even if you’re working with others on the other side of the globe.

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