John Cremer and The Maydays Improvisation Evening
Improvisation workshop with John Cremer and The Maydays (comedy improvisation troupe). Improving your ability to think on your feet and use humour both in impromptu and prepared speeches/presentations and in life generally.
[UKPRwire, Fri Aug 21 2009] Improvision, thinking on your feet, impromptu speaking are skills we all need in everyday life as well as in public speaking. Learn from the master of improvision John Cremer at a unique event on 2nd September 2009 hosted by London Division B Toastmasters (Toastmasters International public speaking clubs). The amazing comedy troupe the Mayday will give an improvised performance as part of the evening. This is a public event open to all.
John Cremer's interactive presentations are designed to bypass the critical mind and access the unique talents of the individual. Through the use of humour the fear of being "on the spot" is transformed into a confidence that you can flourish even as the environment changes around you. John is a member of the Professional Speakers Association and member and speaker for the Academy of Chief Executives.
I've personally seen John Cremer at improvision workshops four times. Not only is he a master of improvisation he also brings out the best in people. I've been amazed at the cracking lines that novice participants have come up with! Hilary Briggs, Division B Governor.
John Cremer is a very engaging person whom I've had the privilege of inviting to work with my Chief Executive business groups. He and his team will really stimulate your ability to think on your feet. David Adams, Area 45 Governor. Immediate Past President Berkeley Square Speakers.
Date/Time: Wednesday 2nd September 6.30pm. Ends approx 9.10pm
Venue: The London Irish Centre, 50-52 Camden Square, London NW1 9XB.
How much? ₤4.99 per person
Booking via www.thelondonspeaker.com
London Division B Toastmasters are affiliated to Toastmasters International the leading organisation helping people become more comfortable in front of an audience. The nonprofit organisation currently has over 250,000 members, in 12,500 clubs in 106 countries around the world. Offering a proven - and enjoyable way - to practice and hone communication and leadership skills.
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