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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 13h
Fever Itch: A guide to Mumps
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John Scarrott Nov 14
Really enjoyed working with Association professionals this week on their forthcoming speaking engagements. Thanks for great initiative.
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John Scarrott Nov 8
Watching Human Universe and mentioned having this book. Snap! Prediction for 2015: first commercial space flight. Not bad for a book published in the '70s.
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John Scarrott Nov 8
"If what you’re doing isn’t working, perhaps it’s time to do something else. Not a new job, or a new city, but perhaps a different story". A useful perspective from (and a good argument for coaching).
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John Scarrott Nov 2
How Speakers can Connect: Part two
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John Scarrott Nov 2
Good recommendations, thanks
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John Scarrott Nov 1
If you're going to free-climb El Capitan, makes sense to practise on El Capitan first.
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John Scarrott Oct 29
Looks like it will be a great conference. Good luck to all speakers.
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John Scarrott Oct 15
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Temi Oct 7
“I’m not who I am yet”
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John Scarrott Oct 1
Replying to @AssnExecs @j
Because a presentation is a risky thing to do, 'getting nervous' is you, sending a signal to yourself. What you do with this information enables you ‘do nervous’ or something else in response. Responding with preparation and practise works. Join me on 22 October to learn how.
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John Scarrott Oct 1
Because a presentation is a risky thing to do, 'getting nervous' is you, sending a signal to yourself. What you do with this information enables you ‘do nervous’ or something else in response. Responding with preparation and practise works. Join me on 22 October to learn how.
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John Scarrott Oct 1
Without it, what's the point?
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John Scarrott Oct 1
Replying to @AssnExecs
Without it, what’s the point?
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John Scarrott Sep 28
You're only as good as your presentation skills ...... Do you agree or disagree? Thanks Worth pondering ahead of my Presentation Skills on 24th October.
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John Scarrott Sep 28
Replying to @AssnExecs
I’d agree with “Your pitch is only as good....” likewise, “Your explanation..”, “Your leadership..”, “Your ability to motivate..”, “Your idea..” “Your ability to engage...” and so on. I wouldn’t attach it to identity per se; we’re all of us fundamentally good.
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John Scarrott Sep 28
The first Presentation Skills June this year received great feedback from the group. Be great to see you at the next one.
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John Scarrott Sep 28
Replying to @AssnExecs
How could you find out? “Quite good” suggests you believe you could be even better. What’s the gap between the two? Do you want to bridge it? What would it lead to if you did? And where could you start?
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John Scarrott Sep 28
Replying to @AssnExecs
Start inside. How engaged is the team with the Association? How informed are they about why, how and what of it? What's of value and importance to them. And what is their part in creating it? An engaged team raises the chances of an engaged Association and then, engaged members.
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John Scarrott Sep 26
I’ve been awarded the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) Credential by the Huge thanks to my coach colleagues, my mentors and Supervisor and my clients, who make my work enjoyable and worthwhile.
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