Over 20 years of working as a workshop leader and theatre director, I learned how to get great, sustainable results in a concise amount of time. As a writer/performer I help people communicate engagingly and authentically with words, gesture, voice, and connection to a human story.
As well as bringing skills from the performing arts, I bring other methodologies to:
- open untapped resources
- transform unproductive relationships
- design communications with palpable outcomes
plus I offer clients a takeaway skill - an astonishingly effective, user-friendly technique which gives extra freedom from stress, unhelpful patterns and limiting beliefs.
I have helped people write and deliver important speeches: company messages, eulogies, presentations, bride speeches.
People frequently comment on my inclusive facilitation style.
I get lasting results working with individuals one-on-one in a twelve hour programme.
I also work with groups of up to 20.
Helping to transform stories:
- A top executive shifts her image of herself as ‘legal advisor’ to a new fuller role as Business Partner
- An executive in a medical supplies firm breaks through limiting beliefs and shows up at an important event with a new and congruent leadership style
- Diverse team of executives in a large multinational deliver a message – the response: ‘for the first time I understood how the business joined up’
- An executive makes the shift from 'hands-on' overseeing individual projects to feeling comfortable working in a more 'intangible', visionary way as executive head of a wide-spread international operation
- A CEO of a large catering firm learns how to design his message and delivery to create more business opportunities
- A top Sales team improve their speaking skills: 'you have taken us from good to great'
- An ex-trader promoted to an executive role develops the authority and ability to coach, manage and engage the support of his former peers
- An executive who was ‘too young and lacking in authority’ gains a leadership style with gravitas
photo: Greg Weddell