Edinburgh: Communication Skills

RBS Gemini Building, 24-25 St Andrew Square, EH2 1AF
Tuesday 9th May 2017 5:30pm to 8:00pm Add to my calendar
Member : FREE Guest : £15

Often, the result of poor communication is that your audience (be it 1 or 100) will leave with the message that they heard, rather than the message you delivered. James will demonstrate how to connect with an audience in a way that is guaranteed to get the core of your message retained by a high percentage of your audience.

You will learn how to pick your words with care, in order to make your message unambiguous so that anyone you communicate with is sure to leave with the message that you delivered.

James will then show you how to deliver those words in a manner that keeps the audience engaged and entertained throughout your presentation and encourages them to engage with you after the presentation has been completed.

About James McGinty

We are privileged to have James McGinty speaking for us about Communication Skills. James is a multi-award winning speaker who has been involved in Public Speaking and training for over 25 years. In the last year alone has won no less than 20 speaking competitions, including Toastmasters competitions. Having recently won the UK and Ireland Humorous Speaking Championship, he is now officially Britain’s funniest speaker.

James’ clients have included people from all walks of life from the sole trader, right up to senior managers and directors of some of the UK’s top companies.

He has coached individuals to give an expert elevator pitch, trained groups of managers to present to their workforce, helped politicians to hone their speeches and deliver them with power and presence.



17:30 Drinks on arrival

18:00 Speaker James McGinty

20:00 Close

Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment!


Parking at Venue: St James Centre Car Park, East end of Queen Street, limited on-street parking in St Andrews Square and surrounding streets. Good bus services on Princes street and George Street and trains to Waverley station.

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