How to Be Charismatic with Deborah Frances-White

Direct from the UK and following performances at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, UTS:Careers are pleased to present ‘How to be Charismatic’ with Deborah Frances-White on Thursday 28 April as part of our exclusive Alumni Professional Development series, designed exclusively for UTS graduates.

A powerful combination of acting technique, confidence building, body language and psychology, charisma is not about pretending to be something you're not; it's about being the best “you” possible, every time.

As an award-winning stand-up comedian, executive coach, screenwriter and author, Deborah Frances-White has performed at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and her BBC Radio 4 series Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice recently won 2016 The Writers’ Guild Award for Best Radio Comedy.

Deborah is passionate about helping people in business unlock their personal power, and speaks regularly in the corporate world on confidence and charisma. Her clients include LinkedIn, Facebook, EY, Accenture, PWC, JP Morgan, Barclays Bank and Channel 4. Read more about Deborah here.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn how to communicate with confidence, engage the room with your presentation style and influence others. Best of all, it’s free for UTS Alumni! 

This free event is part of a range of exclusive career services for UTS alumni – whether you’re a recent graduate just starting out in the job market, or more established in your career, find out how UTS:Careers can help you.

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