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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

How to give brilliant presentations with Alison Johnson

Date: 27 November 2014 13:30-16:30

Type: Career and Personal Development, Course

Organiser: Tyne and Wear

Relish or dread them presentations are part of everyday business life.

This straightforward, no frills workshop will cut to the chase and show you how to deliver brilliant and effective presentations.

Covering all aspects of preparation, plus defining your messages, getting the right hook, what is the correct form of delivery for your audience and the most appropriate visual aids.  Using real life examples, this workshop will finally provide you with all you need to make your presentations brilliant and effective.

Some of the approaches may surprise you, as the methods are the opposite to how most of us generally approach the task of giving presentations.

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Olgilvy Harper Ltd

Olgilvy Harper Ltd,
2nd Floor,
176 Portland Road,

Tel No: 0843 289 2439


Alison Johnson

Alison Johnson is a passionate advocate of networking as a business skill. She built up a national manufacturing training company for 7 years purely using networking techniques.

She has also run a business club for 4 years and has organised a variety of seminars and conferences.

Alison was project manager for a region-wide network for manufacturers and came up with an innovative approach to training and networking which won a Barclays Business Award. She is an NLP practitioner, a qualified teacher and a qualified trainer – Diploma ITD.

How to book

The easiest way to book is online by clicking the button to Book Online at icaew.com – you will be able to log into your account at icaew.com and pay with your debit or credit card.

You can also telephone the ICAEW central events booking team on 01908 248159 and pay over the phone.

Alternatively you can download a booking form or book by email.