NSW|ACT Chapter Event: Memorising 40-minute Speeches + Who will buy your thought leadership?

  • 19 Feb 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 8:45 PM
  • The Grace Hotel, 77 York Street, Sydney


  • Book by Sunday 15 February
  • Book by Sunday 15 February

Registration is closed

Speaker 1: Dale Rees-Bevan - How to Memorise a 40-minute Speech

In this workshop-style session, you’ll learn “structuring secrets” to help you memorise a 40 minute presentation without resorting to a ton of Power Point slides.

Memorisation helps you deliver great presentations whilst staying connected with your audience. You’ll also be exploring ideas on further audience connection strategies in a lively, jam-packed session full of information and exercises to get you thinking. 

Dale Rees-Bevan has been in the speaker training business for 20 years and has worked with organisations in South Africa, UK and Australia.  Dale has worked with UNSW, UWS, RSL NSW, National Stroke Foundation, Royal College of Australian and NZ Radiologists, Jewish Care, School for Volunteer Management to name a few. 

Speaker 2: Kieran Flanagan - Who will buy your thought leadership?

So you have a great idea? What do you do with it next and how do you get traction in the marketplace?

We will hear from multi-award winning creative director and behavioural strategist, Kieran Flanagan, about her current co-authored book - SELFISH, SCARED and STUPID - and gain insight into the process of taking a thought leadership concept to market. In short, she understands why people 'buy'.

Kieran is known for taking disrupting the male dominated advertising world at age 20, as a TEDx speaker and she has worked all over the globe with clients such as Coca-Cola and the UN. She is the co-founder of the Impossible Institute with Dan Gregory and we can't wait to hear from her!

At a Glance:

5:30pm Registration opens
5:45pm pre-session
6:00pm - 6:30pm Buffet Dinner
6:35pm - 8:45pm Main Event
8:45pm Kick on at downstairs bar


We suggest after 5pm at Queen Victoria Building, enter via York Street.