Last week, our wonderful Managing Director, Belinda Huckle, was interviewed by the folks from the C Method, a blog and podcast created by the lovely Christina Cantor that helps people build their confidence and communication skills both in life and in work.
In the interview, Belinda speaks about her professional background, about how and why she started secondnature, why good presentation and speaking skills are so important for anyone, and some simple ways you can start to be more authentic at work – straight away. Belinda also takes us through the importance of “selling” yourself, your ideas and your contribution to the people and world around you, and offers some tips and insights around how you can incorporate excellent communication skills into all of your work presentations and meetings.
You’ll also learn:
- The benefits of being able to communicate more effectively in your professional life
- How to make even the most boring data interesting
- Why it’s important to be “authentic” and how to do it
So, take a listen if you’d like to hear a little more about the backstory of how secondnature came about, some tips and tricks on improving your communication skills, and how we do things a little differently.
Special thanks to Christina, owner of the C Method, for getting in touch with us and seeking out our expertise!
Read more about Belinda here.
Written By Belinda Huckle
Founder and Managing DirectorRead Bio
Belinda is the founder and managing director of secondnature. With a determination to drive a paradigm shift in the delivery of presentation skills training, she is a strong advocate of a more personal and sustainable presentation skills training methodology.
She believes in a training approach that harnesses people’s unique personality to build their own authentic presentation style and personal brand.
Belinda is currently helping to transform the presentation skills of people in organisations such as BBC Worldwide, DHL, ESRI, Heineken, MARS Inc., Moody’s, Pfizer, Roche, Triumph and Walmart – to name just a few.