25th May @ 10:00 - 12:00| £15 - £20
“No audience ever complained about a presentation or a speech being too short” Stephen Keague
You have just one minute to excite your audience enough to encourage them to:
– Remember your name
– Remember what your company does
– Get them curious enough to want to find out more.
What will you do to intrigue, fascinate and motivate them to have a conversation with you?
From her own experience of running networking groups as well as years of delivering one-minute pitches, Sarah McCloughry, co-founder of STEMM Commercial*, provides:
– Your “Why?” that gets them to identify with you
– Define your One Minute Formula
– Story-telling and the Pixar Pitch
– How to invite them to learn more.
Sarah McCloughry, co-founder of STEMM Commercial
Sarah coaches and trains innovators in engineering, science and technology to become more commercial. Clients include Oxford University’s IBME, Stockholm Environment Institute, Cisco, MapiGroup, and she is a proud member of Skanska’s Coaching Academy.
For the past 40 years, she has inspired others to achieve leadership performance through theatre teaching, psychotherapy, coaching and training. She trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, teaching and training clientele has ranged from teenagers, adults, ex-prisoners and senior executives. Since 2002 she has coached and trained those in science businesses who promote ideas, creativity and innovation.
Passions include BBC Radio 4, co-counselling, poetry and social justice initiatives to promote equality and diversity through being a Fellow of the RSA.