• TASTER SESSION: Practice Public Speaking in a friendly environment

    Hello everyone! We will meet in the Dorfman Theatre at the National Theatre @ 3:00 PM. (follow the instructions below to get there). ***Please note this Meetup is private and has nothing to do with the National Theatre, therefore, the staff won't be able to help. Please use the app to contact us.*** For those of you unfamiliar with the scene, the purpose of impromptu speaking is to practice not only your presentation skills but also come over the fear of standing in front of an audience, starting from a friendly and welcoming environment. Here's how it works: - Warm up session - Taking a turn, each one will be given a random topic to talk about for 2 minutes - Exercise session - A second round of impromptu speaking - Feedback session (only if you want). You will not be forced to speak, but we'll warmly encourage you to try, remember we are in a friendly, welcoming environment where everyone shares the same fears! What to bring: A notebook if you want to write down your thoughts, questions, ideas. You can bring a friend/family member for moral support or just to introduce them to the public speaking practice! Invitations (for etiquette reasons) are limited to 1 person per participant. Preparation: There’s no preparation needed, for those who are new to impromptu​ speaking we’ll explain everything before we start. Etiquette: The events are limited to 20 participants if you can’t make it kindly let us know in advance or take your name off the RSVP list before the event starts. Cost: London Self Assurance and Personal Development doesn’t take any payment for this Public Speaking Taster event. However, we host once a month a workshop in parallel to the usual impromptu speaking that requires a ticket to support a private venue hire.

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  • TASTER Practice Public Speaking in a friendly environment

    Hello everyone! We will meet in the Dorfman Theatre at the National Theatre @ 3:00 PM. (follow the instructions below to get there). ***Please note this Meetup is private and has nothing to do with the National Theatre, therefore, the staff won't be able to help. Please use the app to contact us.*** For those of you unfamiliar with the scene, the purpose of impromptu speaking is to practice not only your presentation skills but also come over the fear of standing in front of an audience, starting from a friendly and welcoming environment. Here's how it works: - Warm up session - Taking a turn, each one will be given a random topic to talk about for 2 minutes - Exercise session - A second round of impromptu speaking - Feedback session (only if you want). You will not be forced to speak, but we'll warmly encourage you to try, remember we are in a friendly, welcoming environment where everyone shares the same fears! What to bring: A notebook if you want to write down your thoughts, questions, ideas. You can bring a friend/family member for moral support or just to introduce them to the public speaking practice! Invitations (for etiquette reasons) are limited to 1 person per participant. Preparation: There’s no preparation needed, for those who are new to impromptu​ speaking we’ll explain everything before we start. Etiquette: The events are limited to 20 participants if you can’t make it kindly let us know in advance or take your name off the RSVP list before the event starts. Cost: London Self Assurance and Personal Development doesn’t take any payment for this Public Speaking Taster event. However, we host once a month a workshop in parallel to the usual impromptu speaking that requires a ticket to support a private venue hire.

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  • Practice Public Speaking in a friendly environment. FREE

    Hello everyone! We will meet in the Dorfman Theatre at the National Theatre @ 3:00 PM. (follow the instructions below to get there). ***Please note this Meetup is private and has nothing to do with the National Theatre, therefore, the staff won't be able to help. Please use the app to contact us.*** For those of you unfamiliar with the scene, the purpose of impromptu speaking is to practice not only your presentation skills but also come over the fear of standing in front of an audience, starting from a friendly and welcoming environment. Here's how it works: - Warm up session - Taking a turn, each one will be given a random topic to talk about for 2 minutes - Exercise session - A second round of impromptu speaking - Feedback session (only if you want). You will not be forced to speak, but we'll warmly encourage you to try, remember we are in a friendly, welcoming environment where everyone shares the same fears! What to bring: A notebook if you want to write down your thoughts, questions, ideas. You can bring a friend/family member for moral support or just to introduce them to the public speaking practice! Invitations (for etiquette reasons) are limited to 1 person per participant. Preparation: There’s no preparation needed, for those who are new to impromptu​ speaking we’ll explain everything before we start. Etiquette: The events are limited to 20 participants if you can’t make it kindly let us know in advance or take your name off the RSVP list before the event starts. Cost: London Self Assurance and Personal Development doesn’t take any payment for this Public Speaking Taster event. However, we host once a month a workshop in parallel to the usual impromptu speaking that requires a ticket to support a private venue hire.

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  • Practice Public Speaking in a friendly environment. FREE

    Hello everyone! We will meet in the Dorfman Theatre at the National Theatre @ 3:00 PM. (follow the instructions below to get there). ***Please note this Meetup is private and has nothing to do with the National Theatre, therefore, the staff won't be able to help. Please use the app to contact us.*** For those of you unfamiliar with the scene, the purpose of impromptu speaking is to practice not only your presentation skills but also come over the fear of standing in front of an audience, starting from a friendly and welcoming environment. Here's how it works: - Warm up session - Taking a turn, each one will be given a random topic to talk about for 2 minutes - Exercise session - A second round of impromptu speaking - Feedback session (only if you want). You will not be forced to speak, but we'll warmly encourage you to try, remember we are in a friendly, welcoming environment where everyone shares the same fears! What to bring: A notebook if you want to write down your thoughts, questions, ideas. You can bring a friend/family member for moral support or just to introduce them to the public speaking practice! Invitations (for etiquette reasons) are limited to 1 person per participant. Preparation: There’s no preparation needed, for those who are new to impromptu​ speaking we’ll explain everything before we start. Etiquette: The events are limited to 20 participants if you can’t make it kindly let us know in advance or take your name off the RSVP list before the event starts. Cost: London Self Assurance and Personal Development doesn’t take any payment for the Public Speaking event.

  • Practice Public Speaking in a friendly environment. FREE

    Hello everyone! We will meet in the Dorfman Theatre at the National Theatre @ 3:00 PM. (follow the instructions below to get there). ***Please note this Meetup is private and has nothing to do with the National Theatre, therefore, the staff won't be able to help. Please use the app to contact us.*** For those of you unfamiliar with the scene, the purpose of impromptu speaking is to practice not only your presentation skills but also come over the fear of standing in front of an audience, starting from a friendly and welcoming environment. Here's how it works: - Warm up session - Taking a turn, each one will be given a random topic to talk about for 2 minutes - Exercise session - A second round of impromptu speaking - Feedback session (only if you want). You will not be forced to speak, but we'll warmly encourage you to try, remember we are in a friendly, welcoming environment where everyone shares the same fears! What to bring: A notebook if you want to write down your thoughts, questions, ideas. You can bring a friend/family member for moral support or just to introduce them to the public speaking practice! Invitations (for etiquette reasons) are limited to 1 person per participant. Preparation: There’s no preparation needed, for those who are new to impromptu​ speaking we’ll explain everything before we start. Etiquette: The events are limited to 20 participants if you can’t make it kindly let us know in advance or take your name off the RSVP list before the event starts. Cost: London Self Assurance and Personal Development doesn’t take any payment for the Public Speaking event.

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  • Practice Public Speaking in a friendly environment. FREE

    National Theatre South Bank London SE1 9PX

    Hello everyone! We will meet in the Dorfman Theatre at the National Theatre @ 3:00 PM. (follow the instructions below to get there). ***Please note this Meetup is private and has nothing to do with the National Theatre, therefore, the staff won't be able to help. Please use the app to contact us.*** For those of you unfamiliar with the scene, the purpose of impromptu speaking is to practice not only your presentation skills but also come over the fear of standing in front of an audience, starting from a friendly and welcoming environment. Here's how it works: - Warm up session - Taking a turn, each one will be given a random topic to talk about for 2 minutes - Exercise session - A second round of impromptu speaking - Feedback session (only if you want). You will not be forced to speak, but we'll warmly encourage you to try, remember we are in a friendly, welcoming environment where everyone shares the same fears! What to bring: A notebook if you want to write down your thoughts, questions, ideas. You can bring a friend/family member for moral support or just to introduce them to the public speaking practice! Invitations (for etiquette reasons) are limited to 1 person per participant. Preparation: There’s no preparation needed, for those who are new to impromptu​ speaking we’ll explain everything before we start. Etiquette: The events are limited to 20 participants if you can’t make it kindly let us know in advance or take your name off the RSVP list before the event starts. Cost: London Self Assurance and Personal Development doesn’t take any payment for the Public Speaking event.

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  • Speakers Social Friday

    The Morpeth Arms

    Join us for a social & networking evening, we will discuss public speaking and personal development around a drink or two. On a side note: we are also excited to meet you in a more informal environment, have a chat and get to know each other a bit better! ** Please note the space reserved is for 15~20 people, if you can't make it kindly cancel the RSPV to let someone else join** To find us, look up at the sign sitting on the table, keep an eye on the meetup chat for further notices and feel free to send a message in case lost. Looking forward to meeting you, Christian, Julia & Stephen.

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  • Practice Public Speaking in a friendly environment.

    National Theatre South Bank London SE1 9PX

    Hello everyone! Please note this Meetup is private and has nothing to do with the National Theatre, in the event you are lost, please don’t ask the staff to locate you to this Meetup (read the description below for more information). For those of you unfamiliar with the scene, the purpose of impromptu speaking is to practice not only your presentation skills but also come over the fear of standing in front of an audience, starting from a friendly and welcoming environment. *Event details* : 3.00pm – we will meet at the Olivier Theatre inside the National Theatre (follow the instructions below to get there). Taking a turn, each one will be given a random topic to talk about for 2 minutes, at the end of the session the audience will provide feedback (only if you want). You will not be forced to speak, but I’ll warmly encourage you to try, remember we are in a friendly, welcoming environment where everyone share the same fears! *What to bring* : A notebook if you want to write down your thoughts, questions, ideas. You can bring a friend/family member for moral support or just to introduce them to the public speaking practice! Invitations (for etiquette reasons) are limited to 1 person per participant. *Preparation* : There’s no preparation needed, for those who are new to improptu speaking we’ll explain everything before we start. *Etiquette* : The eventi s limited to 20 participants, if you can’t make it kindly let us know in advance or take your name off the RSVP list before the event starts. Please remember that The National Theatre is an open venue, there will be side private events and plays on that day so please be respectful and tone down your voice. *Cost* : London Self Assurance and Personal Development doesn’t take any payment for the Public Speaking event.

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  • Practice Public Speaking in a friendly environment.

    National Theatre South Bank London SE1 9PX

    Hello everyone! Please note this Meetup is private and has nothing to do with the National Theatre, in the event you are lost, please don’t ask the staff to locate you to this Meetup (read the description below for more information). For those of you unfamiliar with the scene, the purpose of impromptu speaking is to practice not only your presentation skills but also come over the fear of standing in front of an audience, starting from a friendly and welcoming environment. *Event details* : 3.00pm – we will meet at the Olivier Theatre inside the National Theatre (follow the instructions below to get there). Taking a turn, each one will be given a random topic to talk about for 2 minutes, at the end of the session the audience will provide feedback (only if you want). You will not be forced to speak, but I’ll warmly encourage you to try, remember we are in a friendly, welcoming environment where everyone share the same fears! *What to bring* : A notebook if you want to write down your thoughts, questions, ideas. You can bring a friend/family member for moral support or just to introduce them to the public speaking practice! Invitations (for etiquette reasons) are limited to 1 person per participant. *Preparation* : There’s no preparation needed, for those who are new to improptu speaking we’ll explain everything before we start. *Etiquette* : The eventi s limited to 20 participants, if you can’t make it kindly let us know in advance or take your name off the RSVP list before the event starts. Please remember that The National Theatre is an open venue, there will be side private events and plays on that day so please be respectful and tone down your voice. *Cost* : London Self Assurance and Personal Development doesn’t take any payment for the Public Speaking event.

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