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John Scarrott
Trainer and ACC credentialed coach, working with leaders and their teams on skills of influence: sales, presentations & networking. Presentation skills
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John Scarrott Jun 18
"We didn’t come to hear your words. If that’s all we wanted, we could have read the memo and saved a ton of time. Be you. Bring your heart." Bring stories. Thanks for this great advice for speakers.
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John Scarrott Jun 17
"For practitioners to believe in us, we needed to set standards" Abi Lammas of Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Association Education and Development Conference
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John Scarrott Jun 12
How do you create a compelling opening to your presentation? ten word rule might be a winning formula for your first sentence.
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John Scarrott Jun 11
Working on my two Expert Briefing sessions at next week's Education and Development conference. Thanks to of Royal Society of Biology for being so generous sharing her experience for the case study.
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John Scarrott Jun 10
If the road to becoming a speaker starts with writing, this is good advice. Thanks
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John Scarrott Jun 5
Nice cover and very appropriate. Thanks for sharing. How about everyone else? What do your experiment notebooks look like?
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John Scarrott Jun 5
Thanks to the Association leaders who came along to my Public Speaking Masterclass for on Monday. It was great to work with you. And if you'd like to join the next one, it's happening in Brussels 6th September, details to follow.
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John Scarrott Jun 5
Useful advice if you're looking to grow as a presenter or public speaker. Think of your development as a series of experiments. And record them in a notebook. Here's (one of) mine! Thanks Pink and
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Carly Anderson May 17
Curiosity and Interrupting our client is like oil and water.....
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John Scarrott May 16
Things Association Leaders want to improve about their public speaking #10 “Enjoy speaking as much as my audience say they enjoy listening to me.” True for you? If yes, come to my Public Speaking Masterclass for on 3rd June and we’ll find a way.
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John Scarrott May 15
Things Association Leaders want to improve about their public speaking #9 “Become considered, calm and powerful” True for you? If yes, I’ll be covering this at my Public Speaking Masterclass for on 3rd June, details here:
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John Scarrott May 14
True. What's also true is that a speaker can use silence to tune in to their audience, to connect with their message by sensing what is being stirred in the audience, and take confidence by looking for their smiles and nods.
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John Scarrott May 14
Things Association Leaders want to improve about their public speaking. #8 “To improve my presence, be more still on stage” True for you? If yes, I’ll be covering this in my Public Speaking Masterclass for on 3rd June, details here:
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John Scarrott May 13
"Does good engagement start from within an Association? How does each function engage with the other? A good indication of the external engagement style of the Association" Engagement Masterclass.
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John Scarrott May 13
"Would we exist without members?" Interesting questions being asked and answered Engagement Masterclass
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John Scarrott May 10
Things Association Leaders want to improve when it comes to their public speaking. #7 “To flex my natural style, not be stuck in one gear.’” True for you? If yes, I’ll be covering this at my Public Speaking Masterclass for on 3rd June
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John Scarrott May 9
Things Association Leaders want to improve when it comes to their public speaking. #6 “Be more confident when handling questions” True for you? If yes, I’ll be covering this at my Public Speaking Masterclass for on 3rd June, details here:
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John Scarrott May 9
Get curious about what you don't do well. What do you do with your short-comings, hide or explore them? A shout out for learning from
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John Scarrott May 8
Things Association Leaders want to improve about their public speaking. #5 “Have slides that compliment rather than dominate my talk” True for you? If yes, I’ll be covering this at my Public Speaking Masterclass for on 3rd June, details here:
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