Want to learn the secrets a Stand Up Comedian uses to engage and hold the audiences attention?

Would you like to go into any presentation, briefing or pitch knowing your audience will walk away feeling energized and enthusiastic about your message?

How would it feel to know that people think of you as a great presenter and speaker?

Would you like to be able to manage your nerves so well that you never turn down an opportunity to speak again?



When Nobody Laughs ………….


To become a great Stand UP Comedian, you have to keep your audience engaged and listening from start to finish.  Afterall if a comedian fails, no one laughs. Even worst everyone in the room knows that it hasn’t gone well.


Contrast this to a business presentation, how often have you listen to a presentation or even been in a meeting and you are wondering how you can get out of the door without anyone noticing?  Do you think the speaker or presenter knows this? I’m sure sometimes they do, but often I think either they don’t know the people they are speaking to are dying of boredom or worst they just think that is the way it has to be.  


Just because you are communicating in business, does not mean it has be boring and hard work. There are ways to bring all your communication to life, whilst still being professional and still talking about very dry and serious topics.



Are you interested in making your business communications stand out?


We taken our one workshop online – along with the rest of the world …….


During out 3 x 90 minute interactive web courses


      We look at how you can craft your business presentation into a story, using emotion and personality to bring the key messages and facts to life.

   We will share with you techniques for controlling the nerves and connecting with your audience so you deliver your communications with confidence.

         And yes, we will talk about how to inject humour into your presentation to bring it to life.



This course is delivered in an interactive way in a group coaching webinar/online training event. 

You will also get access to all the course materials

We are planning to deliver this across 3 x 90 minute sessions – however this is unchartered territory for us – so as long as you are happy to adapt, we are happy to be flexible and add more time or extra sessions if necessary. 

We also offer the option to get one to one assistance with your communication/presentation and/or feedback on your speaking style.  

module 1

Thinking of any communication like telling a story

     How to work out what you are trying to say and craft it into a story.



 Focus on getting to the point, to ensure your main messages are not lost.

     Starting strong and finishing strong

module 2

How to deliver in a way that gets attention

       How to use emotion and drama in your presentation

·      How to adapt the story to the audience

       How to control your nerves, a nervous presenter makes the audience nervous.

module 3

How to inject humour into your communications

Taking at look at the tools and techniques comedians use to create jokes and how you can use these same approached to put appropriate humour into your communication.


The course calls plus access to all the course material used


The course only - £99  

(Our full day workshops are usually £249 +VAT) 

The course plus one to one feedback and review of your speech with help show you how to sharpen it and improve it  - £199 


Anne Docherty

Anne has spent many years in the corporate world, running training courses, team meetings, speaking at conferences.  Last year she left the corporate world to become a Stand Up Comedian.  After using comedy in conferences speeches, she has a rare insight into how to combine the two worlds to deliver an impactful speech or story. 

Mark Hinds

As a Stand UP Comedian and Compere Mark is used to engaging with audiences. Mark can share his experience of entering the world of business, overcoming the initial fear of ‘business networking’ and how he has used comedy to create interest and awareness of his own business.