training courses & coaching
Malcolm delivers intensive training courses for groups or one to one coaching
This can take place at your organisation’s premises or online.
One or two day training events are designed to enhance skills such as:
creating and delivering speeches or presentations; facilitating; running meetings; giving effective radio, TV and press interviews; preparing for publicity campaigns; coping with sudden media attention; managing stage fright and performance anxiety; presenting to camera and microphone - skills for broadcasters and podcasters; staging and delivering an event presentation e.g. conferences, festivals, road shows etc; or scripting and other writing skills for mass communication.
Residential training retreats are a wonderful opportunity to really focus with time, space, calm and concentration away from the 'available spaces' for training that compete with emails, telephone calls and zoom meetings. Training retreats are the perfect place away from distractions to take time to think about what you need and who you want to become.
You can take a look at Malcolm’s projects with groups and individuals here.
Please get in touch to discuss your training needs and we can talk about how we can work together.
Malcolm is an experieced producer of radio and film. You can see examples of his film production here.
Please get in touch to discuss your film projects and let us talk about how we may help you.
get in touch with us and let's see how we can work together
key note speeches
As well as coaching and helping others to develop & strengthen the skills needed to create and deliver speeches and presentations with confidence and impact - Malcolm has been invited to deliver key note speeches and has spoken at many events internationally and in the UK for a diverse range of clients.
He has spoken at the Champalimaud Foundation (based in Lisbon, Portugal); The European Space Agency DPAC conference in Leiden in the Netherlands. He delivered a talk about Religion and Science 'Mapping the Conflict Zone' at the Sofia Science Festival. Malcolm has been a guest speaker for 'Inspiring Australia' in Sydney, Australia. He gave the keynote address at the first South Eastern European Science promotion Conference (SCIPROM) in Belgrade (sponsored by UNESCO). He was a keynote speaker at the Lisbon Science Festival (SENCIENCIA) in Portugal. Most recently Malcolm returned from speaking at the 'Science Communication the UK experience' conference in Prague. He spoke on 'Communicating Science in a context of fake news, conspiracy theories and tribalism’.