Friday, September 23, 2016

Do you want to become an exceptional speaker?

The Exceptional Speaker Masterclass UK 2016

Tuesday October 11th, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London


Facilitated by co-authors of The Exceptional Speaker:


Alan Stevens FPSA, PSAE, Global Speaking Fellow (United Kingdom)  


Paul du Toit CSP, Hall of Fame Speaker, Global Speaking Fellow (Republic of South Africa)



Calling the next generation of exceptional speakers…

 Do you want to know exactly how to :-

  • Deliver exceptional speeches?
  • Get your key message across with impact?
  • Feel supremely confident on the podium?
  • Wow every audience?
  • Be remembered and recommended
  • Be the speaker everyone’s talking about? 

“Delivered my speech at the festival of female entrepreneurs today and got a standing ovation. So glad I came on your Masterclass, it really helped me to focus and take my speaking more seriously”Julie Creffield, 9 days after attending the Exceptional Speaker Masterclass in London on 13 October 2015.

 Book now at

You can be an exceptional speaker soon – with our help!

Having listened to hundreds of speakers and studied many of the world’s great speeches, the workshop facilitators and co-authors, Alan Stevens and Paul du Toit, themselves two of the most decorated professional speakers globally, have identified exactly what it takes to speak with conviction, clarity and pizzaz. And they’re ready to share it with you!

Here's what previous attendees have said:

What can you bring?

Delegates are requested to arrive armed with a 5 minute pre-rehearsed speech. That’s it!
Space is strictly limited – first come first served – make your booking now: 

London UK:       Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Tuesday 11 October 2016
Time:                  09h15 Registration. Session starts 09h30, ends 16h30
Investment:      £379 (EU475) + VAT per delegate
Lunches & tea/coffee will be provided. Each delegate receives a copy of the hard cover book The Exceptional Speaker, How to Deliver Sensational Speeches signed by both authors.

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