What story do you
want to tell?
How do you want
to tell that story?
To inspire those you lead, or those you seek to influence, you need to tell stories in which your audience can see themselves.
We’re here to help you develop those stories and how to communicate them.
To communicate effectively, rather than just impart information, you need to tell stories. We help you find the speech structure, and identify the stories that your audience will connect to.
Delivering a speech or presentation can represent a real challenge to even the most experienced public speakers. We help you deal with anxiety, build confidence, and develop your natural stage presence.
Taking control over the direction of your career or personal life takes real leadership. We help you connect to your innate confidence and creativity to create the change you are striving for.
Before I came to you I had absolutely no idea how I was going to pull this off! The speech was absolutely perfect. Waiting to deliver it was like when you buy someone a really good present and can’t wait for them to unwrap it.
Robin is immensely refreshing, practical, insightful and fun. His work with me greatly enhanced my business and led to increased sales and an overall expansion in my business – he is a gem.
I can’t speak highly enough of how brilliant Robin is at getting to the essence of what makes a story compelling and allowing you to express it in your own authentic way.
Jojo and Robin themselves brought a perfect combination of expertise, experience, fun and constructive engagement to the day, helping people to push outside their comfort zones and holding a safe space for us to experiment and try new things. It was a game changer of a workshop and has left us feeling inspired to properly integrate what we learned into our work.
I’ve turned directly to Robin on multiple occasions, as he has an innate knack of eliciting inspirational and personal stories from FICO staff and customers. His easy going, inquisitive manner belies an instinctive knack for cutting through the noise and finding the most compelling elements of a presentation. A good teacher knows the hooks to help students learn – a great storyteller, however, gently leads the presentation team down a meandering path to discover its own magic. That kind of skill can’t easily be taught, and for it, we’re grateful to Robin.