Webinar: How to do a TED talk? In conversation with Vikas Shah MBE - JCI Manchester

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14 May 2020 19:00 - 20:00

Learn top tips on how to develop your public speaking skills


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JCI Manchester  are thrilled to have Vikas Shah MBE join us as our 2020 keynote speaker on how to deliver a TED talk.

Back in Feb 2018 Vikas spoke at Manchester TEDx and shared his personal story of his battles with mental health. JCI Manchester are also taking part in the 3 peaks challenge to fundraise for Anxiety UK’s 50th anniversary, so linking mental health to our personal development series is a key opportunity to explore how our public speaking skills can help share our experiences of dealing with mental health. 

If you haven’t seen the talk you can watch it here, it's now been viewed over 100,000 times! So he must have done something right! 

Developing your public speaking skills is a key pillar within JCI’s training programme so we’re hoping to get some top tips from Vikas on his experiences of speaking to a crowd of over 1,500 people. 

The keynote will be from 7:00-8:00pm.

Please be aware that the cost of non-member tickets will be donated to our community partner Invisible (Manchester).

Vikas Shah Bio:

Vikas Shah MBE is a serial-entrepreneur & philanthropist.  He is Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship at MIT Sloan (The Lisbon MBA), Honorary Professor of Business at The Alliance Business School, University of Manchester and an Honorary Industry Fellow at the University of Salford Business School.  

Vikas started his first technology business aged just 14, and is currently CEO of Swiscot Group (a diversified international trading business). He is a venture-investor in fast-growing technology businesses internationally and sits as a Non-Executive Director and advisor to numerous organisations. Vikas was awarded an MBE for Services to Business and the Economy in Her Majesty the Queen's 2018 New Year's Honours List. Vikas is also a JCI UK Top Outstanding Young Professional (TOYP) honoree. 

Information about how to join the webinar will be sent to attendees closer to the event. 


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14 May 2020 19:00 - 20:00
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