Gunpowder Guide to Networking: June 10th 2014, London

Does walking into a room full of strangers make you feel uncomfortable? Do you find the pressure to ‘work the room’ too daunting? Fear not, help is at hand.
The Gunpowder Guide to Networking rolls into town next month and takes a close look at the factors at play in a range of networking situations. Drawing on psychology, sociology and actor training, we will discover what our voice, body language and persona say about us and explore new techniques for building confidence and connections. You’ll leave with practical tips for making introductions, keeping conversations going, and following up after the event.
With a master’s degree from Central School of Speech and Drama in Actor Training and Coaching, our course leader Steve Livermore is a director, lecturer and workshop leader with over 20 years’ experience in theatre, performing arts and recorded media. He has directed classical and contemporary texts, pop promos, short films and TV commercials and worked on a wide range of production sizes; from small scale studio theatre pieces to international advertising campaigns.
Check out our event page here for more details and ticket availability.
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