Hot off the press! Just before Christmas I heard that I had been accepted as a
guest speaker on both P&O and Cunard Cruise Lines
on 31 January I was also accepted as a key-note speaker for the Academy of Chief Executives www.chiefexecutive.com
Lectures and After Dinner Speaking
For Conferences and Social Events
- Something to Shout About! – marketing your business for FREE with your VOICE
- Voice for business – an introduction
- ‘Excellent Elevators’ – getting your business pitch right!
- Protecting your voice for life’
- ‘How to be a dynamic speaker’
- ‘The changing shape of fashion’
- - a light hearted look at the weird and wonderful creations which have adorned women during the past 1000 years
- ‘From San-Pans to Tuc-Tucs!’ – the life of an itinerant adjudicator
- ‘Brush up your Shakespeare’ – His life and works with dramatic readings
- ‘Poetic favourites’ – 20th century greats with reading
Read recitals on a theme of your choice i.e.
- ‘Seasons Greetings’
- ‘The female of the species’
- ‘A theatrical life’
Hazel Langley, Head of Trade Body Services and BCC Secretariat, British Cleaning Council, 27 January 2014
Feedback from your session ‘Have you got the X-factor – How to influence and Persuade’ was extremely positive with over 80% of the delegates finding the subject matter and the way in which you delivered it thought provoking.
The overall summary of your session was that it was a really useful skill development session which definitely added value to attendance.
I am grateful that you were able to join our members and partners for the event and add value to the conference agenda in this way.
Mike Willis, Chief Executive, The Business Club, Northants, 17 June 2013
Just a line to say a big thank you for your presentation last night at the Business Club, Kettering which was very interesting and informative.
The feedback from the members there has been excellent and I hope we can welcome you back again at sometime
in the future.
Daniel Wake, BUFDG Conference, Cardiff 6 September 2012
Few people could spark enthusiasm from a group of procurement professionals as quickly as Priscilla could! Voice application is a vital skill in both business and life, and requires tuning and practice as much as any other skill does. Therefore, integrating the Loud and Clear Voice Coaching within a group conference could not be more appropriate. Ultimately, the aims of a conference are to generate discussion between attendees, but Priscilla did so in a way that also improved it. The successful integration of the Loud and Clear Voice Coaching seminar was highlighted by several of the attendees, with feedback such as:
• “The voice session was excellent.”
• “I enjoyed the Loud and Clear session”
• “I will try to use the Loud and Clear advice in training courses and presentations that I make”
At the end of the session, I asked Priscilla for some advice about improving my own voice, and I have been left with several tongue twisters to practice! Overall, for a simply superb seminar taught by a terrific teacher, look no further than Priscilla!
Mike Willis, Chief Executive, The Business Club Northants Ltd., 23 March 2011
I am writing to wholeheartedly recommend Priscilla Morris as a professional speaker. Priscilla recently gave a presentation on vocal impact to members of The Business Club in Northants. This was very entertaining and informative with a lot of audience participation and the feedback from my members was very positive. I shall be asking Priscilla to return in the future to address us all once again and I would urge anyone to do the same.
Anne Morris, Worcester Business Breakfast Club, 25 February 2011
Priscilla showed delegates how the voice can be an amazing tool in business. She informed and entertained delegates throughout her presentation and her passion for her subject enthused those present.
Peter Parry, Cerbera Ltd November 2010
Thank you very much for an excellent presentation at the CIPS Northants Branch event yesterday evening. Everyone who I spoke to enjoyed it and was very interested in your comments about and the examples you gave of the importance of using one’s voice correctly in any work-related situation. As you said , many people just never think much about their voices.
In the meantime, thank you once again for your time and input yesterday and for helping to ensure that the evening was such a success.
Pauline Graham, LATI Manager, Loughborough University 5 October 2010
I just wanted to thank you for the 2 events today. I think they were well received by those that attended – I certainly found them informative and enjoyable. I’ve had a few feedback forms – comments as follows:
Highlights were understanding speech & its effect on business.
- An excellent event, informative, helpful and thought-provoking
- Practical advice gives greater understanding of how to improve.
- Interesting event – useful.
Avril Mitchell, Go-Plus, July 2010
I want to say a huge thank you for coming over to Esporta and giving a talk to some of my group members. They were inspired by your ideas and what it could mean to them if/when they applied the principles you taught. I too was pleased to be reminded of how important speech is and that within 30 seconds the opinion of you has been formed. Your professionalism, your delivery and your knowledge is a joy to behold. From the feedback I have received I fell sure that some of them will want to see you again. Once again thank you so much, you are an inspiration to us all.
Gillian Francis, Barclays Business manager, Leicester 10 August 2010
I just wanted to say a huge thank you for coming to our team meeting. The presentation you gave was excellent and the team clearly listened
intently to what you had to say as several referred back to what you had taught us throughout the day.
Beverley Hooper, Core Purpose, 16 March 2009
Priscilla gave an extremely informative and entertaining talk at a WiM meeting recently which caused me to think differently about my personal approach. A very impressive business woman.
Pauline Bijou, Associate Partner of St James Place Partnership
I must first of all congratulate you on being a fabulous guest speaker at the Women’s Networking Club on Friday. It’s a pity so few of us were there to appreciate you, but those who were felt as I did, you were truly superb.