Founding President of Armada Speakers in Plymouth, Tina is regular demand as a keynote speaker at business events in Plymouth and throughout the South West. She also speaks at business conferences throughout the UK and is frequently re-booked by the same event planners. She also speaks online through her own webinars and by being a guest speaker on other peoples webinars and attendees have joined from all around the globe.
Tina is passionate about helping entrepreneurs and small business owners to succeed through getting more clients. She specializes in helping coaches, consultants and trainers to build their practices through the use of internet and social media and by selling their knowledge and not just their time.
Key topics include speaking for success, speaking with confidence, selling, internet marketing, perseverance, entrepreneurship and mindset.
Tina has been trained by Frank Furness, tutor to celebrities and sports stars. She has also learned from workshops run by the Professional Speakers Association and by attending Toastmasters International for over 6 years. In a quest for lifelong learning, Tina has attended several conferences and additional training courses to enhance her speaking skills.
Having a background of sales and customer service, Tina became a business trainer in 1996 and has been running her own businesses since the beginning of 2000. Formal business training includes reaching Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Master Practitioner of business NLP, a Diploma in Coaching and numerous sales and internet marketing programmes. Tina ran an Entrepreneur Academy in Plymouth and Exeter for three years before deciding to specialise in public speaking and build her business online.
Tina now trains and coaches others in confidence and speaking skills as well as speaking herself. [+]
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