SA Chapter Meeting - Stand Up to Stand Out

  • 31 Jul 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+09:30)
  • Public Schools Club, 207 East Terrace, Adelaide

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  • Early Bird discount closes Monday 24 July (login to activate member rate)
  • Early Bird discount closes Monday 24 July
  • (login to activate member rate)

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How to use humour in your presentation to engage the audience and get more bookings with Kate Burr

Do you want to add more humour to your presentations?

Do you wish you were a funnier speaker so you could get more gigs or charge higher fees?

Have you heard that “It's important be funny if you want to get paid” but have no idea how where to start?

What you will learn:

  • The secrets that professional comedians use to have their audiences in stitches.
  • Why you should never tell jokes and what you should do instead.
  • How to use humour and still be taken seriously.
  • How to deliver your humour so it is 100% risk free - if it doesn’t work no-one will ever know and your dignity will remain intact!
  • How you can make people laugh even if you aren’t a funny person.
  • 9 places to seamlessly integrate relevant humour into your presentation that will support your key messages and not overshadow them.
  • The 5 key areas to work on if you want to improve your humour.

ABOUT KATE BURR

Kate Burr is a Humour Coach, Speaker, MC & Stand Up Comedian. With over 15 years experience in the Comedy Industry Kate brings her extensive knowledge and skills to teach others how to use humour to entertain, engage and influence.

Creator of the Stand Up From The Crowd Framework, Kate has “left-brained” comedy by adding her own templates, checklists, laugh data and reference maps methodology which she uses to help teach humour and comedy to Speakers and Thought Leaders.

Exclusively tailored for Professional Speakers and Presenters, Stand Up from The Crowd makes sure humour is used with purpose to support your key messages and topics, rather than just telling a joke to make people laugh.