The Silver Thread: Pulling It All Together
Weaving creative thoughts into the technical content of your pitch. Taking detail and making it memorable. Ensuring opening and closing is punchy and handovers are elegant. That’s what we mean by pulling it all together.
The bottom line is that when you get up there, don’t be an amateur.
- Teamwork and timing: Who does what, for how long and when
- Weaving openers, closers and the emotional connection into a pitch
- Integrating technology into the narrative
- Getting ready for devastating delivery: A to B to C sorted
HOW WE DO IT
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The Art of DeliveryThe Art of Delivery
Here we look at why great delivery is vital, and what the core ingredients of devastating delivery are. You will deliver short presentations or pitches, reflect on your style and know what good looks like.
The Science of PreparationThe Science of Preparation
If you are to have creativity and make the emotional connection you need a process that allows this to happen. Or you can just go with boring, read, PowerPoint-led. Over 17,000 souls have been through the unique Kissing With Confidence Method and they will tell you it does the creativity and connection thing ‘just so’.
The Second Serve: More Delivery & FeedbackThe Second Serve: More Delivery & Feedback
You’ve done the pitch, answered the questions and had exemplary, or excoriating, feedback. You’ve reviewed the video and noted it all for future reference. You now have the chance to deliver it all again without the blips. Like a second serve in the twelfth game of the final set at Wimbledon you get another crack at it. In practise this involves choosing specific areas where the gods were not with you, parts you missed out, questions you fluffed, or fleeting moments of defensiveness. Looking at them again and seeing what might be done differently is very powerful. Action learning in action, you might say.