Personal Development / Communication / Body Language / Impact
What is it about?
Throughout your career, you’ll require excellent communication skills and the ability to talk about your ideas. Join actress and director, Imogen Butler-Cole, in this practical masterclass of tried and tested techniques.
You’ll learn simple strategies to help you communicate with greater impact. Discover how to develop authority in your voice and physical presence. Explore ways to be more confident in your communication.
This will be a fully practical masterclass, offering a taste of the techniques taught by the commercial arm of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, RADA Business. You’ll leave the session feeling better able to hold your own, find your voice and be heard.
What will I gain?
— Knowledge and skills to help you hold your own space
— A better understanding of how to have an effective vocal presence
— Tips on creating impact and authority with you physicality
Who is it for?
This session is for those looking to acquire skills such as holding authority in your voice and body, and communicating with impact. It is designed for any career stage.
Imogen Butler-Cole | Director, Actress
Imogen trained at RADA and continues to work as a director and actor in theatre across the world. She devotes herself to her work with energy and enthusiasm. A great facility with language and love of self-expression means she is inspiring and engaging as a facilitator. She relishes the rich rewards of engendering positive change.
Specialisms include training women in confidence and management skills, and consulting on creativity for innovation and change. She regularly works as a trainer for RADA Business, the Old Vic and Aspire Leadership, and has designed and implemented training for: Chanel, Sony, Google, Dove, Sweaty Betty, Odeon, the BBC, EasyJet, Warner Music, Lycatel, Santander, The Royal Bank of Canada, PwC, PA Consulting, CAPCO, Moorhouse, Edelman, The Royal Academy of Engineering and Saïd Business School.
Private one-to-one clients include executives from The Sunday Times, the BBC, Easyjet, Five Ten Group, Thirty Nine Essex Street, British Foreign Policy Group and The Forgiveness Project as well as three TEDx Speakers.