Brian Sewell

Brian Sewell is a Public Speaking and Presentation Skills Trainer with a background as a performing classical musician.  His rationale is "Professional skills in a relaxed environment".  One of his favourite achievements is training teenagers from the Black Male Forum in Brent to a standard that they are able to give a demonstration of their debating skills not only to a live audience, but also on television: both for live transmission and recorded for future use.  The students started with no previous experience of speaking in public.

Brian uses NLP techniques to boost self-worth and to create a better rapport with an audience.

Areas of Expertise

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Speaking Skills and Presentation Training 

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Voice work and Diction

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Motivation and Self-worth

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Master of Ceremonies

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Contest Chairman (Public Speaking)

 

Qualifications

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ARAM, LRAM

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LAMDA: Gold Medal (Public Speaking)

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Licensed Practitioner: NLP

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Reiki Healer: Jin Kei Do

 

Current Roles

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Director and Chief Trainer: "Voice Skills"

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Founder Member: Professional Speakers' Association

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Member: International Federation of Professional Speakers

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Course Tutor in Public Speaking: Westminster Adult Education Service

 

Not-for-Profit Work

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Workshops and Speechcraft courses for Toastmaster International

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Training Advisor to Black Male Forum, Brent

 

Other Relevant Experience

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Toastmasters International: Advanced Gold Award

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Speech Contest Winner (former President, London Athenians Speakers Club, Area Governor TMI)

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Visiting Instrumental Tutor: Westminster School, Hampton; The Lady Eleanor Holles Schools; Pimlico School Special Music

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Publisher articles on both musical and public speaking issues

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Concert tours in many countries with all five major London Orchestras and Chamber Orchestras.

 

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