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So far Sandie Wells has created 60 blog entries.

How to Keep Your Employees Happy

By |June 15th, 2018|Blog|

It's important to keep your Employees motivated, but it's vital to know how to keep your Employees happy. Contrary to what most Managers would have you believe, it's not all about the money! Taking responsibility for losing an employee isn't something most employers are adept at, for obvious reasons, but this also works both ways. [...]

Speak & Present to Groups of All Ages with Impact and Charisma

By |May 29th, 2018|Blog|

Following on from my last post, I'd like to tell you more about my upcoming event- Speak & Present to Groups of All Ages with Impact and Charisma. Having learned my trade over bumps, swerves and full on crashes, I feel it's important to share my knowledge of a road that offers way more than [...]

Top Tips on Speaking with Impact

By |May 10th, 2018|Blog|

Have you ever gazed in envy at the speaker on stage, as they effortlessly capture the audience with every nuance of their narrative. Learning the top tips on speaking with IMPACT is slightly different from the tricks of the everyday speaking trade, and using impact and charisma to engage audiences of any age, takes more [...]

How to Write an Effective Keynote Speech

By |April 25th, 2018|Blog|

We previously learned how to prepare for a keynote, let's now focus on how to write an effective keynote speech. Firstly, get it into your head that a keynote is very different to a short speech- in fact it’s the difference between 6 mins and 60 mins. It’s a privilege to be asked to deliver [...]

Keynote Speech Preparation

By |April 15th, 2018|Blog|

When I set out interviewing top achievers in 1997 I had no idea it would mushroom into a career presenting keynote speeches, dynamic dialogue and motivational mantras. Baring my sole infront of my peers, colleagues and halls full of rowdy teenagers made me appreciate the benefits of my keynote speech preparation. As with everything performance [...]

10 Speeches That Changed The World-Part 2

By |March 25th, 2018|Blog|

We previously looked at Part 1 of the 10 speeches that changed the world and in this post we will continue the countdown to number 1. It takes more than a cleverly compiled fact filled narrative to deliver a message and a special set of skills to bring that message to a wider audience.   [...]

10 Speeches That Changed The World- Part 1

By |March 10th, 2018|Blog|

It’s refreshing to see that amongst the 10 speeches that changed the world there is a wide breadth of characters and themes. As with any subject that brings change to the world and reflection to the minds of a generation we will all have our particular favourites. The following list though shows that when executed [...]

Help Your Employees Be More Motivated

By |February 25th, 2018|Blog, David Hyner|

What does it take to help your employees be more motivated? Higher pay, training programs, subsidised canteen and even 'bring your pet to work day'? In many cases it can be a pinch of all of these things, and more. Motivating employees to increase sales and drive profit should be high on the list of [...]

The Ten Minute Rule of Presenting

By |February 15th, 2018|Blog, David Hyner|

Be very wary of using Powerpoint in a presentation and be very aware of the Ten Minute Rule. Your audience will mentally check out of your presentation after 10 minutes So say Forbes, the megaphone for all things business. Becoming a great speaker requires a plethora of natural skills and learned mastery including: Authenticity Attitude [...]

How To Resolve Those New Year’s Resolution Woes.

By |January 24th, 2018|Blog, David Hyner, Goal Setting|

It's nearing the end of the month, dry January seems a breeze and the taxes are filed and put away for next year  BUT you still don't know how to resolve those New year's resolution woes. Aside from throwing yourself a pity party or giving yourself a huge boot up the nether regions there are [...]