Calm Under Pressure

Speakers, presenters and leaders who handle the pressure and challenge well, who stay calm are remembered and have impact.


Some presentations go well, some go … not so well. The difference can be how prepared you are and how challenging the audience is. These are the ones who get their message to land and whose influence people recognise.

an illustration of the human anatomy showing nerves to indicate staying calm under pressure

What participants will gain.

  • Learn what derails you when you speak in public
  • Learn and practice a technique for self-regulating when under pressure
  • Discover a tool to use when asked difficult questions or facing objection
  • Set an intention or action for improved future performance