CIMA Event - Mastering Your Personal Impact
|Event:||CIMA Event - Mastering Your Personal Impact|
Negotiating, public speaking and personal brand; give yourself the edge
Professionals who master the skills of personal impact gain a decisive edge in modern business. You may be presenting to clients, negotiating round the meeting table, or seeking to impress at a networking event or in front of the executive board.
This event has proved to be a huge success with CIMA members/students across the UK over the past two years. A very practical and highly interactive day, you will learn practical techniques and insights enabling you to:
Speaker - Simon Bucknall
Six years ago, Simon Bucknall told a small pub audience the emotional tale of a bully from his school days. Six months later, with that same speech, he won the UK & Ireland Championship of Public Speaking. He went on to a place in the top 20 out of 26,000 speakers worldwide. Today, Simon helps high-achieving professionals, leaders and opinion formers to connect, influence and inspire through the spoken word, including FTSE 100 executives, politicians, MBA graduates and small business owners.
Former lead trainer at the National Crisis & Hostage Negotiation Unit at Scotland Yard, Richard Mullender brings a lifetime's experience tackling communication challenges at the sharp end. Now he brings that expertise into the business world, helping clients to build rapport and exert influence when it counts. Richard has trained staff at Oracle, Accor Hotels, Shell, the Met and the UN.
A specialist in helping executives master the silent communication of visual impact, Lynne Cantor draws on her expertise in the psychology of image and on a successful career in senior corporate executive life. Previously, director of order fulfilment for NCR across EMEA, Lynne is an accomplished speaker and a past president of Women in Banking & Finance Speakers, based in the City of London.
|Date:||09 Sep 2013|
|End date:||09 Sep 2013|
|Duration:||9am - 4.30pm|
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