If you aren’t a natural master of the universe RADA might teach you to act like one in a day, says Richard Morrison
My mind has blanked. The old limbs feel like jelly. Nine people, all strangers to me until two hours earlier, are sitting in a semicircle. I am in the middle, trying to hold their attention. Not by speaking or gesticulating. Simply by standing still and exuding such an air of friendly but confident ease that all present will feel the impact of my charisma. Read the full article here.
Richard Morrison, Chief Culture Writer at The Times took part in our Personal Impact course last week. This course is part of our Open Courses programme, which teaches practical skills and techniques that enhance delivery and presence when communicating. The training helps indiviuals achieve effective communication for meetings, presentations and building succesful relationships. Find out more about the courses available here.