PSASA Speaker Mastermind Workshop
23 February @ 09:00 - 12:00
Dear PSASA members,
Make a single decision that will transform your speaking career in 2019 and beyond! Join us for the Speaker Mastermind Workshop and find a group to join.
Masterminds are small, committed groups of people with some unifying goal or interest, who work together to support, learn, share and encourage each other. Members share on an equal footing, without there being one person in charge of, or responsible for teaching the rest of the members.
“Your most important business move.”
“A catalyst for growth.”
“Reach your goals.”
“Support and help each other.”
In the speaking world, speaker masterminds have added tremendous value to the progress made in careers, to uncovering opportunities and wrestling with problems from everything from marketing to positioning to pricing.
This particular mastermind workshop will help you to form or join new masterminds. We will give the groups support to get started.
You do not need to be a member of PSASA to attend this event or join a speaker mastermind. A single price is charged regardless of membership status. Please join us even if you are a new speaker, a trainer or a coach. You will get value from the experience, even if you do not join one of the groups that we are hosting.
Date: Saturday 23 February, 2019,
Time: 9 am to Noon
Venue: Venture Workspace, Iman Harom Road, Claremont Cape Town
and Online, via Zoom (Code will be provided)
Cost: R100 per person in Cape Town and R75 per person online
Hosted by the Cape Chapter of PSASA and presented by Charlotte Kemp.
This workshop is hosted live, by the Cape Chapter of PSASA, but is intended for all speakers across Southern Africa. We encourage you to find some colleagues, join together in a room and connect with us via Zoom as we extend our network of speaker colleagues and support each other.
PSASA Cape Chapter President 2018/19
The Speaker Factor
It’s competition time at PSASA and our Associate members will have just 5 minutes to demonstrate their skills as they vie for a chance to represent us at the National Convention Speaker factor in Gauteng
I’m going to be utterly selfish and keep the MC role for myself this month… and one lucky attendee will get the traditional MC’s bar of chocolate. So, even if you’re not tempted by what our speakers have to share, you’ll have another reason to join us.