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Talks & Speeches

Talks and Speeches

The Importance of Humour for Mental Wellbeing

This lecture discussed how humour can improve our mental wellbeing, build resilience and help make connections. The entertaining, humour-led talk is delivered by a stand-up comedian and uses appropriate and inclusive comedy routines, stories and punchlines to engage participants and enhance memory of pivotal messages. All participants will leave the lecture with their own personal development toolkit.


 

Public Speaking: Learn from a Comedian

This lecture offers a unique approach to improving your public speaking. Delivered by a stand-up comedian from a corporate background with 18 years experience of performing across the globe, this talk offers smart and memorable tips to improve communication, presentation and public speaking skills. Using humour to engage participants and enhance key messages, the talk covers everything from how to make presentations engaging and entertaining, to facing your fears of speaking in public, whether in person or virtually. 

 

Why Comedy? The Comedy Trust at 20

Hear how we've spent the last twenty years using humour to create happier, healthier people...

 

See our talks in action
International Festival for Business
International Festival for Business

Health and Wellbeing Talk
Health and Wellbeing Talk

Stroke Association Liverpool Show
Stroke Association Liverpool Show

International Festival for Business
International Festival for Business

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Virtual sessions

To help staff feel connected and resilient, we also offer all sessions virtually

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TESTIMONIALS

"If you have ever considered the possibility of stand-up comedy, I would say this course is for you. Not only did it teach me some amazing skills, it also gave me a huge confidence boost and helped me to conquer my own anxiety with public speaking.  It is also great fun and amazingly cathartic." 

Donna Costello | Volunteer | Wirral Mencap