'10 Minute Tip' by Paul Beesley - Milton Keynes Top Presentation Skills Trainer - 7.15am Friday 29th September
Paul delivers business growth to organisations, teams and individuals through quality people development. Paul leads Beyond Theory, an independent business training & coaching consultancy that is designed to improve your business & personal performance.
You know that excellent customer service requires inspired people as well as the best products and slick processes to match. Paul and Beyond Theory provide training and coaching to make this happen for you, your people and for your business.
By putting his 20+ years experience in commercially driven HR and people development to work, Paul's training and coaching is guaranteed to win hearts and change minds or you get your money back.
Working with groups or individuals, using market leading psychometrics and the latest thinking based on CIPD and Engage for Success research, Paul's training and coaching is bespoke to your business and your needs. Specifically designed, delivered and evaluated to improve your business performance.
In recognition of his expertise in the relationship between employee engagement and delivering customer excellence, Paul was on the judging panels at both the UK Employee Experience Awards 2016 and UK Customer Experience Awards 2016.
Paul chairs CIPD Northamptonshire. He is very active within the Engage for Success (E4S) movement and is a member of the E4S Thought & Action Steering Group.
About the conversation:
Do you hate speaking & presenting to audiences?
Discover the winning philosophy that will help you to relax & do a great job…with top local business trainer Paul Beesley at the Business Growth Club!
at The Business Growth Club Milton Keynes on Friday 29th September from 7.15am until 9.30am at Abbey Hill Golf Centre in Two Mile Ash MK8 8AA
It’s often been said that apart from bereavement, public speaking is the most stressful experience we can have.
Paul will be sharing tips on how to re-boot your presentation skills to win the hearts and minds of your audience. So if you’re fretting about making a presentation then this session will offer some great advice from ancient history.
Greek philosopher Aristotle talked about three concepts: ethos, pathos and logos. Paul will be explaining how these will help you make maximum impact with your audience.