For most executives, a landmark speech or keynote address is a comparatively infrequent part of their communications calendar. Frequent or not, it is invariably pivotal and a source of disproportionate focus for that individual.

There are a range of considerations that may not be habitual. Who is the audience? What is their level of engagement and understanding with my subject? Who are the other speakers and how will my content stand out? What prompts (if any) should I use? What should I do with my body language? Templar’s clients value the experience that we bring from over two decades of preparing and coaching individuals ahead of these critical presentations.

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