Online Webinar: How to use humour in business presentations

13:00 - 14:00
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Jeremy Nicholas
Who can attend:
University of Leeds alumni, students and staff members
Jeremy Nicholas

How to use humour in business presentations

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Using humour can lift a business presentation, making you memorable and engaging. In this webinar we explore using humour in your business presentations and will cover:

  • Is using humour a good idea?
  • If they're laughing they're listening.
  • How to get a guaranteed laugh.
  • The importance of being a wit not a clown.
  • How to tell funny without acting funny.
  • What to avoid.

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About the speaker

A BBC TV and radio presenter, Jeremy Nicholas teaches media training techniques to clients that he’s acquired from thirty years on TV and radio. Jeremy is also an accomplished host of business events working for clients such as IBM, Carling, Ericsson, Boots and Samsung. He’s spoken at five international conventions of the Professional Speakers Association and has twice compered the convention. Jeremy is the co-author of MediaMasters with Alan Stevens, his next book Talking Toolbox was published in 2017. He made his debut onto the comedy scene in 2018 at the Edinburgh Fringe.

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