Welcome to
The Keynote Club

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A safe space for marketing folk to come together, connect and exercise our public speaking muscles!

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why we exist

Sweaty palms, nervous wees and palpitations

These are the reasons our founders, Becca, Becki and Max set up The Keynote Club. Public speaking made them all feel a little bit nauseous and judging by the 1000+ people that have attended The Keynote Club in our first 12 months of running, lots of you can relate!

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Build confidence 

Getting those reps in regularly makes public speaking a bit less scary every time.
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Make friends

You’ll meet like-minded people with similar challenges to you.
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Practise in a safe space

Got something coming up? This is the perfect place to practise because everyone's in the same boat.
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Get feedback

Find out what tweaks you could make to improve your talk or public speaking style.
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Learn from others

Loads of top tips from how to introduce yourself, how to pace a talk, how to develop your style and more!
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Stop feeling like a wet lettuce!

Practising public speaking helps you deliver with confidence to engage your audience.

Upcoming sessions

Dates for your diary

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Thursday 30th May, 12pm-1pm

The amazing Alex Wright is delivering the education session and the fab Jodie Mitchell is doing the practice talk.

Thursday 13th June, 12pm-1pm

A packed line up with top speaking tips and practise opportunities.

Thursday 27th June, 12pm-1pm

Join us to kick on with your public speaking journey.

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Take your practice up a level

Get involved with a speaking role at The Keynote Club

We’re always looking for lovely people to help us run The Keynote Club! There’s a range of roles available depending on how comfortable you are with public speaking from timekeeping to evaluating and through to the practice talk itself.

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Do I have to speak at The Keynote Club?

We encourage everybody to speak at The Keynote Club but don't worry because it's a really safe and friendly environment. If you're feeling really nervous, message us beforehand or even during the session.

What happens at The Keynote Club?

We begin by asking any new faces to introduce themselves to the group before going into breakout rooms for Quickfire Talks. Designed to get you thinking on the spot, you'll have one minute to answer a question on a given theme. Once everybody's had their turn, we come back together for the Education Talk.

The Education Talk is a 5 minute talk from a member on anything public speaking related so be prepared to take notes! Next up it's the Practice Talk which can be on any topic at all (we've had everything from pizza to pitches)

Do I have to come to every session?

Not at all. You can come to as many or as few Keynote Club sessions as you want to, just make sure you sign up beforehand.

The Keynote Club takes place every other Thursday between 12pm and 1pm.

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top tips

Watch some of our previous talks

Public Speaking and Slaying Dragons

Customise your character, choose your unique abilities and spend your experience points wisely to progress to the next level....
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The Greatest Tip EVER... When Speaking in Public

Hear from Jen, Keynote Club regular, as she shares the greatest public speaking tip ever!
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Presenter's Jeopardy: Are You Ready to Play?

Ket Patel's brilliant strategy for overcoming the fear of mind blanks during public speaking.
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