LEADERS IN COMMUNICATION, PITCHING and BRANDING
We help clients win business by improving their...
HOW WE HELP
If presentation and communication is critical to your business, as it is for so many, coaching increases your impact.
Nicholas and/or his team will work with you to:
Focus content so it is muscular and concise.
Re-work oral and written copy so it is sharp, to the point, and differentiates your business.
Improve visual collateral so it integrates with spoken and written copy.
Help you be effective online communicators, with improved camera performance, and a better vocal and physical presence.
Co-create customised online Zoom seminars for your business, which are team building, fun and informative.
Help you win business.
Things that matter on camera:
Are you simulatenously relaxed and energised when presenting?
Do you breathe?
Do you pause?
Are you conversational?
Do you know how to be conversational and concise at the same time?
These attributes matter when engaging clients, and while adjustments required are simple, they must be known to be deployed. .
Barbara Hyman, BCG Australasia
Nicholas was the lead communications trainer for all the young talent coming into the firm - finding ways to connect and skill that disparate and highly demanding cohort to become savvy and confident communicators.
Jim Miller, Macquarie Group
When we are thinking of getting an internal, external, disparate or even experienced team to present you couldn’t get, in my opinion, a better resource than Nicholas.
David Roseman Executive Chairman Infrastructure and Energy Group Macquarie Capital
‘Nicholas is the most effective and experienced tender coach in Australia and has helped guide many Macquarie-led consortia to critically important wins.’
Connection is a multi-faceted word that has the pumping heart of authenticity at the centre of it. If we are real, or if we can be ‘ourselves’ while we present in the pursuit of our goals then our influence is exponentially increased. But this is easier than it might sound. There are so many seductions away from authenticity. If we are presenting for business me might over-state our credentials in place of a dialogue that addresses a client’s deeper need. If we are an actor, we might choose a flashy show of emotion over a more controlled and potent reading, or if a musician we might choose to run up and down a scale to show our virtuosity, rather than play more simply and more potently express a mood or feeling. But over the three decades plus in which I have coached top executives and CEO's into multi-billion dollar bid victories, acting students at NIDA, or even writing students at Melbourne University, there is one, glaring constant: and that is that truth has the ultimate clout.