2012 certainly turned out to be a “spice of life year” for Harrogate based Public Speaker Terry Ryan. After Dinner, Motivational and Key Note speaking engagements in Birmingham (NEC), York, Paris and Otley – yes Otley amongst many others made for a busy year for this well known Business Development
When is a motivational speaker most effective? As part of a structured approach to team building/development. A good idea is to use a motivational speaker at one of a regular series of meetings or training events.
A black tie dinner followed by an after dinner speech from Harrogate based Terry Ryan who had his audience laughing and applauding. “It was outstanding”
Terry Ryan enetertained members of Saint Michaels Hopsice Guild of Patrons who had gathered to celebrate their vital role in helping the charity double its capacity. The dinner was held at Harrogates prestigous Rudding Park.
A visit to the cinema to see The Kings Speech changed all that.
Terry said “I know a number of people with speech difficulties who have taken up public speaking as part of a process of managing their condition”. “I am very fortunate to have some public speaking ability and no impediment – the Kings Speech inspired me to carry on and enter the ASC’s 2011 national public speaking competition and I am delighted I did”. He added
Harrogates Terry Ryan won the Yorkshire Post Trophy in the Association of Speakers Clubs (ASC) prestigious Vale of York Area Speech Contest on Saturday 15th January with his humorous speech “Thanks A Bunch Nancy.”
Harrogate based Public Speaker Terry Ryan has won through to the next round of the Association of Speakers Clubs prestigious public speaking competition which will be held in York on Saturday January 15th 2011. Terry earned his place in the next round of the competition after winning a close contest against other
Safe and Sound at Work- “Do Your Bit” campaign and training interventions.
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