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Cape Chapter Meeting – please note the venue change
19 June @ 18:30 - 21:00 SAST
Dear Colleagues, Members and Friends,
As speakers, we can sometimes find ourselves “learning the hard way”. In our pursuit to be powerful speakers
Our task is to create and deliver a message that will facilitate transformation in people, in teams and in companies. Yet, if we ourselves are unclear in our positioning, how can we hope to initiate transformation in our clients?
During this interactive talk, global speaker Richard Mulholland will be sharing his useful code to ensure a fulfilling speaking career.
This practical talk has been designed specifically for fellow speaking peers Richard shares tips, hacks, and techniques that he uses to ensure that the audience keeps listening and the gigs keep flowing.
This meeting will be a hybrid meeting, however we encourage you to join us in person for the full experience.
Cape Chapter President
- Having spoken in over 40 countries on six continents, persuasive-communication expert Rich Mulholland knows just what an unfair advantage great communicators have in the world today. That’s why he works with executives and speakers globally helping them achieve more… and suck less.
- He’s and ex-roadie for bands like Iron Maiden and Deff Leppard, and is the founder of persuasion powerhouse Missing Link. He has written three books; Legacide, Boredom Slayer, and his latest; Here Be Dragons.
This meeting’s pre-event speaker sharing a “Golden Nugget of the month” is Nick French.
Niche Your Way to Market Desirability
Nick French, now semi-retired, previously operated two distinct training businesses in Singapore for over twenty years. He began by overseeing chemical sales and distribution for Sasol in the Asia Pacific region. In 2010, he embarked on early retirement and founded Asianways, aiming to enhance executive performance in cross-cultural environments. Later, he established GHS Chemical Training and Consulting, becoming a prominent authority, speaker, and trainer in the chemicals handling field across South East Asia. Presently, Nick has shifted his focus to historical research, delivering engaging talks to clubs and associations.