WA Chapter Event - How to Tell Stories and Deliver More Engaging Presentations

  • 10 Aug 2015
  • 6:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
  • Crown Entertainment Complex, Botanical Rooms, Great Eastern Highway Perth

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How to Tell Stories and Deliver More Engaging Presentations

Andrea Gibbs is an actor, comedian and storyteller. In 2014 she was billed as a ‘revelation’ by The Australian when she brought Cate Blanchett to tears as the lead role in Griffin Theatre Company & Perth Theatre Company’s production of 8 Gigs in Sydney.

She is the co-creator of Barefaced Stories – the longest running storytelling night of its kind in Australia. Last year she was a guest speaker at Women of Letters with Marieke Hardy and TEDxPerth.

As a comedian she won Triple J’s 2003 Raw Comedy and is a core member of Perth’s premiere improv-comedy ensemble The Big HOO-HAA! She is a regular on ABC 720 and her other radio credits include host of 96fm’s Breakfast Crew - Tony, Fitzi & Andrea 2007-2008.

Teaching storytelling skills around the world, Andrea has worked with Bunnings, The Mental Health Commission, Community Arts Network and Chevron just to name a few.  She inspires people to share that little bit more about themselves when they speak because one good story is worth a thousand business cards.

Margo Halbert works with business leaders to build their reputation and confidence by helping them to be more engaging and influential. They face important audiences and they achieve results. She is in high demand with directors, corporate executives and senior managers for her expert counsel and guidance to create face-to-face communications that are engaging and delivered with confidence and passion to key stakeholders.

She is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), the highest international accreditation available from Professional Speakers Australia and Past President of National Speakers Association of Australia (NSAA).

Margo’s clients include Chevron, Shell, Wesfarmers, BHP Billiton, RAC, Crown Casino, Bunnings and AngloGold.