Communications Insight For More Inspiring Leaders How Too Many Leaders Unwittingly Destroy Their Reputations When Speaking In Public

How Too Many Leaders Unwittingly Destroy Their Reputations When Speaking In Public

 15th Jun 2019

Dear Fellow Speaker,

Of all the skills you need for success in professional life, your ability to communicate with impact is paramount. As you're well aware, every time you open your mouth to speak in business critical situations, your credibility is at stake.

     You may be pitching for new business, presenting your ideas at a conference or seeking to impress the executive board.

But when it comes to public speaking...

I see too many bright, capable and ambitious leaders cause enormous damage to - and, in some cases, destroy outright - their reputations by committing one or more of a small number of critical mistakes. Tragically, they often don't even realise what they've done wrong!

That's why I wrote this Guide.

It distils insights gained from literally thousands of hours I've spent helping high-achieving professionals to connect, influence and inspire through the spoken word - across the worlds of engineering, technology, healthcare, financial services, consumer goods, politics, executive education, policing, teaching, social enterprise, academia and even professional speaking.

Apply the simple, practical advice in these pages and you WILL stand out from the crowd as a more impactful communicator. You'll also ensure that both you and your presentations are remembered for the right reasons.

Speak soon,


Award winning international speaker and coach

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 I was recently promoted into a role where public speaking and inspiring people has become more central to my ability to be effective. I was amazed by how effective just one session was. I heard indirectly that my presentation had been particularly inspirational - one person even contacted the Director of my organisation to say how impressed he had been. Without any exaggeration, I give all this credit to Simon.


Esther Stevenson | Former Head of Africa, Christian Aid

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