steve bridger city of london

Transform your communication skills

In life you bump into many people who struggle to communicate well and it’s so sad because they are not living up to their true potential!

Steve Bridger can help them shine more brightly. If you know of anyone who might benefit from this seminar, for the price of a cup of coffee you could help them change their world. Spread the word…

stevebridger-smileCity Business Library, London, Thursday, 21 January 2016 from 10:00 to 12:00 (GMT)

Steve Bridger is a business author of Success before Start-Up (2011). He is a business coach on start-ups and business communication skills. In this seminar Steve will go through some of the key learning points from his new book Transform your communication skills.

Key Learning Points in the seminar:

  • To understand the role and importance of the business communicator
  • Learn the golden rules of the spoken and written word
  • Learn how to analyse an audience and pitch effectively
  • Gain tips to improve your public speaking skills
  • Learn how to write and deliver an ‘Elevator Pitch’ a short sixty second business presentation

Check out these Amazon reviews of his latest book…

5.0 out of 5 stars
At first I was intigued. And then…
By Clive Cable on 4 Jan. 2016
Format: Paperback
When a friend handed me a copy of Transform Your Communication Skills I thought “Who needs another book on speaking and writing?”
I was mildly intrigued by the cover and then I told her I’d read it later.
Over the years I’ve come to realise writing is the number one skill in business and number two is speaking.
So I picked up this book to see what was different about it.
I’m glad I did.
The author enlists 11 experts to help him make this book special.
Most books tend to lose their way after the first few chapters. Not this one.
It’s clear with no fluff or jargon to contend with.
You don’t read this book cover to cover. You pick areas that you want to improve on and go from there.
In the chapter on speaking there are voice warm up exercise that are extremely valuable. Especially if you’re planning on recording your talk.
After all, you want your best sounding voice so you come across like the expert you are.
There’s chapters on overcoming shyness and building confidence. Most speakers (me included) get nervous right before a talk. That’s why I like this chapter. It helps overcome any fears or doubts that always creep into your mind.
In the writing section of this brilliant book are pointers on press releases. Proposals and reports. (My two most dreaded writing tasks now made easy.)
Then there’s sections on how to write a business plan. (who doesn’t need that?) Of if you want a better job, then there’s a section on CV’s and resumes.
Because there are 11 other experts contributing this book never runs out of energy. Every topic is well explained.
If you wanted anything better than this, you’d have to attend an expensive seminar.
This is one resource that will help you for years.

5.0 out of 5 starsThe Write Stuff
By julie mcsorley on 7 Jan. 2016
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Steve Bridger has mapped out an extensive and doable guide to making the most of one’s own natural communication skills while improving areas of speaking and writing that need attention. The narrative is easy to navigate and well-written, with a contribution from a number of experienced business academics. Well-honed communication skills are an inherent requirement of many work-related enterprises, academic and commercial. This is an excellent resource book for a variety of writing genres, including reports, business plans, proposals and resumes. The section on public speaking would be extremely useful for post-graduate students presenting research proposals, creative industry specialists, and other areas of industry where future funding will rely on pitching ideas in original, innovative, and coherent ways. A must read for anyone who wants to create more impact through their written and spoken word.

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