Raising Your Game In Four Days

  • Hearts And Minds: How To Get To Yes
  • The Silver Thread: Six Ways To Open, Three Ways To Close
  • One to One: Tough Love All The Way

We won the big pitch and there is no doubt having KWC in the room moved us along in the process and helped sort out who was doing what

Colin Reynell, Director, Costain

The Pitchmaker

The investment you make to get in the room is eye watering. We give you a better chance of winning. We help you win the pitches that grow your business and have been doing so for 20 years.

This intensive, challenging and immersive event gets you in shape, ready for the day they need to see the whites of your eyes.

Six of you will be drilled and skilled over six months in making the emotional connection with the toughest of audiences. This is tough love at its finest, because you need to be ready.

Day One: Hearts & Minds: How To Get To Yes

When you are one of six hopefuls you need to cut through and that has nothing to do with technical ability. You need to fire your creative imagination, set your line and tone… and you must put the score sheet in the bin.

Yes, in the bin. Go on, do it now.

  • Structure: the science of preparation
  • Your creative imagination: put the score sheet in the bin
  • Five ways to make the emotional connection
  • What you don’t want not to be asked: answering the fiercest questions

Key Take away: Your pitch needs a robust line, a direction of travel and a purpose.

Day Two: The Silver Thread, Six Ways to Open, Three Ways to Close

So you can structure a presentation, big deal. You aim should be miles higher than that. Today we have you create a compelling team half hour that lives long in the memory, even if you are up on a Friday afternoon at 3pm, after four competitors.

This is as far from presenting skills as Vimto is from Vodka Martini.  

  • If you are boring you are dead: six ways to open
  • Escaping your own pitch: three ways to close
  • Teamwork: flow, flow, quick, quick flow
  • Pitch It! Tough love digital video feedback

Key take away: The first minute and the last minute are of exponential importance: Be ready.

Day Three & Four: One To One: Tough Love All The Way

Intensive, outcome focused coaching sessions using digital video feedback to ensure you nail it when the stakes are high.

We can look into your soul when you pitch, if you have one. We tell you what you do well and what you do badly: we improve both. If you’re only up for average, jog on. So… just how good do you want to be?

  • The art of delivery: energy, spontaneity and creativity
  • Your own personal brand: confidence and charisma
  • Finding your 25 stories… and telling them in the room
  • Feedback most personal

Key take away: You need to perform, not act. Can you nail it, in the moment, when all is at stake.

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Become The Pitchmaker in Six months

  • Monthly Pitchmaker Workshops
  • Online advice surgery for individuals and groups
  • Review of preparations for ongoing Pitches

Measuring And Reporting: Some Big Numbers

  • Online feedback and reports
  • How we embed skills and change behaviour
  • Case studies and data

We won the big pitch and there is no doubt having KWC in the room moved us along in the process and helped sort out who was doing what

Colin Reynell, Director, Costain

The Pitchmaker

The investment you make to get in the room is eye watering. We give you a better chance of winning. We help you win the pitches that grow your business and have been doing so for 20 years.

This intensive, challenging and immersive event gets you in shape, ready for the day they need to see the whites of your eyes.

Six of you will be drilled and skilled over six months in making the emotional connection with the toughest of audiences. This is tough love at its finest, because you need to be ready.

Day One: Hearts & Minds: How To Get To Yes

When you are one of six hopefuls you need to cut through and that has nothing to do with technical ability. You need to fire your creative imagination, set your line and tone… and you must put the score sheet in the bin.

Yes, in the bin. Go on, do it now.

  • Structure: the science of preparation
  • Your creative imagination: put the score sheet in the bin
  • Five ways to make the emotional connection
  • What you don’t want not to be asked: answering the fiercest questions

Key Take away: Your pitch needs a robust line, a direction of travel and a purpose.

Day Two: The Silver Thread, Six Ways to Open, Three Ways to Close

So you can structure a presentation, big deal. You aim should be miles higher than that. Today we have you create a compelling team half hour that lives long in the memory, even if you are up on a Friday afternoon at 3pm, after four competitors.

This is as far from presenting skills as Vimto is from Vodka Martini.  

  • If you are boring you are dead: six ways to open
  • Escaping your own pitch: three ways to close
  • Teamwork: flow, flow, quick, quick flow
  • Pitch It! Tough love digital video feedback

Key take away: The first minute and the last minute are of exponential importance: Be ready.

Day Three & Four: One To One: Tough Love All The Way

Intensive, outcome focused coaching sessions using digital video feedback to ensure you nail it when the stakes are high.

We can look into your soul when you pitch, if you have one. We tell you what you do well and what you do badly: we improve both. If you’re only up for average, jog on. So… just how good do you want to be?

  • The art of delivery: energy, spontaneity and creativity
  • Your own personal brand: confidence and charisma
  • Finding your 25 stories… and telling them in the room
  • Feedback most personal

Key take away: You need to perform, not act. Can you nail it, in the moment, when all is at stake.

How many slides?

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