COMMUNICATING FOR SUCCESS WITH JAMIE HAYES

Present visual stories that change minds and inspire action.

CONSULTANCY · COMMUNICATION · COACHING

COMMUNICATION IS POWERFUL

WORKSHOPS

Jamie offers a comprehensive range of workshops designed to stimulate and challenge attendees.

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

Consultancy to improve quality within regulatory & manufacturing processes

EXECUTIVE COACHING

Executive coaching to mentor, lead, inspire and provide career development plans

BEING HUMAN @ WORK

Jamie offers a key workshop that looks at the integration of mind, body, and spirit as it plays out in the workplace

LEAN THINKING

With an MBA specialising in Lean Thinking and subsequent projects, Jamie offers a consultancy service to guide organisations through a lean approach.

TEAM COACHING

Jamie offers a team development process that uses an integrated combination of interventions to improve collaborative leadership skills, and team performance

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PRESENTATIONS GIVEN

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Lives Transformed

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AUDIENCES INSPIRED

Is your Goal clear to everyone?

BE BOLD

The common denominator in any communication is that there must be an audience.

Find your core message. This is the single most important idea that you would like your audience to remember. If as a speaker, writer, presenter you don’t know what your core message is then how do you expect an audience to know.

Your goal may be to teach something new, share knowledge, motivate and inspire people, or persuade them to change a behaviour. Where would you like your audience to be after you have finished interacting with them? Concentrating on “what” and “how” is almost a certain pathway to bullet points and cluttered slides. Think about your emotional impact.

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THEY SAY

Through the use of stories….

With deliberate practice you can become a speaker that inspires, motivates and takes people with you.

Storytelling is the key to leadership and communication. People are attracted to authenticity.

You don’t have to be slick or polished, and you don’t have to be tall or good looking, but you do have to engage, inspire and motivate. If your strategy is to knock your audience into submission with facts, figures, graphs and logic… then think again. Such strategies often do more harm than good.

Exploring the art of storytelling