The Clinton Factor is an entertaining and thought-provoking analysis of good presentation/communication skills, and how to acquire them.
The Clinton Factor, with its emphasis on status, focus and storytelling in the art of good communications, has been enjoyed by, among others; the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, law firm Bates Wells & Braithwaite, The Wooden Spoon visit of HRH Princess Anne, Impetus Marketing, Westminster City Hall's induction day for the new mayors of The London Mayors Association and The Financial Director's Forum aboard the SS Oriana.
Bill Clinton is one of the world's brilliant communicators. By using actors' skills and Stanivlaski's Circles of Concentration, the Clinton Factor will help you transform the average business presentation into a compelling and memorable performance. If you want your presentations to appear fresh, spontaneous and be positively remembered, the Clinton Factor is for you.
The Clinton Factor is available to corporate clients as a seminar or as series of workshops for small groups or individuals.
David is an actor, writer and coach.
Born in Nottingham, he moved to London to train as an actor at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. He continues to work as a professional actor and voice over artist. he is the co-founder of The Speechworks, the co-author of three books and one play, and is a much sought after speaker in the business world. His latest book 'How to be Interesting' is an irreverent and colourful comment on being interesting, packed with fascinating quotes, outrageous humour and vibrant visual material.
David's TV appearances include - Red Dwarf, Jasper Carrot's 'Canned Carrot', Andy Hamilton's Bedtime, and EastEnders for one year as Duncan the Curate.
David also led the cast of BBC's totally improvised Operation Good Guys comedy series, which won Gold and Silver Roses at the Montreux TV Festival. David has also appeared in Bremner, Bird and Fortune, BBC4's Stuck and Holby City.