Former reporter and presenter at BBC radio and TV. Cardiff, Bristol, London and network TV programme based in Manchester.
Author of a number of non-fiction books; Your Personal Survival Guide to the 21st Century, Rapid Result Referrals, Meet Greet & Prosper and co-author (with Mary T Cleary) of a controversial book on how to protect yourself against VERY nasty women called "That Bitch". Feedback from women readers in particular has been fantastic.
Most of my work is as a moderator for large corporate conferences. In 2008 these included MCing the world's largest industry conference for 53,000 delegates (ReCon) in Las Vegas, a global conference for the International Olympic Committee and City of Lausanne where I interviewed the deputy mayor of Beijing for the first formal de-brief of the Beijing Olympics. Other clients include BAT, HP, ICSC, Symantec, The Prudential, Lovells, Linklaters.
I help clients deliver dynamic, engaging conferences working with the conference team in the lead up to the conference. My on-stage duties include chairing often complex live, unscripted discussions where I play the role of 'conscience of the audience'. Its highly specialised - but its what I do best. So many celebrities and TV/radio presenters claim to do what I do - they don't.
Another area of expertise is reputation and referral based business development seminars for clients.
Where to find Roy Sheppard online
Where to buy in print
VideosHow to Be The One
The eBooks "How to be LOVED" and "How to Be LOVED Daily Reminders" are originally based on the printed books "How to Be The One" and "How to be The One: Daily Stop and Start Reminders"
Meet Greet and Prosper
by Roy Sheppard
(5.00 from 1 review)
Do you brighten a room when you walk in - or when you leave? What mistakes do you make unwittingly when meeting and greeting potentially valuable contacts and clients?
This handy book of pocket wisdom offers answers to those questions and many more, together with hundreds of practical tips and ideas to help you ‘work any room’ ethically and professionally.
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