eloquence is essential
eloquence is influential
the art and science of effective communication
Workers of the future will spend more time on activities that machines are less capable of, such as managing people, applying expertise, and communicating with others. The skills and capabilities required will also shift, requiring more social and emotional skills and more advanced cognitive capabilities, such as logical reasoning and creativity.
All parties agree, the #1 priority for talent development in 2018 is training for soft skills. 92% of executives say that soft skills are equally important or more important than technical skills.
Engaging with the public is of increasing strategic importance for higher education, to strengthen relevance, responsiveness and accountability and to build trust.
At the interview stage, the businesses surveyed are overwhelmingly likely to decide between two equally qualifies candidates based on: 70% performance in interview, 50% quality of the job application 24% skills gained in extra-curricular activities.
Our extensive knowledge of the art and science behind effective public speaking enables us to support you with every aspect. We provide group skills workshops, teacher training courses, individual coaching, peripatetic lessons and support for real events and evidence based development.
We can guide you through the key stages of public engagement including how to create, plan, market, organise, deliver and evaluate an activity as well as exploring the benefits of public engagement for the researchers themselves in terms of developing skills, raising profile and enhancing research.
Developing the social skills of young people is as important as developing their academic achievement. We can help prepare them for their futures by offering development in the areas such as: interview coaching, public speaking, personal impact, assertiveness, informal business conversation etc.
The art and science of effective communication.
Eloquential combines well-founded research with artistic experiences along with a person centred approach to coach long term development in communication and performance skills.
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Thank you both very much for delivering a superb workshop this morning. I am sure that the participants benefited enormously from your experience, knowledge and enthusiasm.
Dr. Sam Byers, Researcher Developer (Life Sciences) University of Cambridge
Thank you so much for running the Interviews and Presentations workshop yesterday. We’ve had some really positive feedback from students and staff; your direction and organisation meant that students were on board all day.
Deputy Head of Rhetoric, St Edmund’s College
The LAMDA speaking in public syllabus is not only enjoyable, but more significantly, it has greatly enhanced my understanding of how to communicate effectively to an audience, a valuable skill.
Student, Stephen Perse Foundation Sixth Form
Brilliantly rounded workshop. Talks, case studies and exercises! And so many colours of post it notes!
Rising Stars Participants