Make Yourself A Little Bit Famous with Penny Haslam

In today’s noisy marketplace, it’s crucial you find ways to get noticed. But do you shy away from the spotlight for fear of feeling like an idiot or looking like a show-off? Do you see others out there, attracting the kind of attention you wish you could get? Penny Haslam has enjoyed a successful career in broadcasting spanning twenty years. She worked as a senior business journalist on BBC Radio 4 business and personal finance shows, and from there was invited to present the flagship investigative news programme Panorama in 2010 and 2011. In this interview, Penny shares pro-tips on: Getting on TV and radio and acing your appearances. Bossing it as a speaker and when you present to people. Shining when you take part in or chair a panel discussion. If you recognise the value of raising your profile for your business or career, then don’t miss this interview – because now is the right time for you to make yourself a little bit famous!

This episode will be airing live on 10th January 2020 at 8am(PT)/11am(EST)/4pm(GMT). To listen live or later from the archive please visit http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1959

More about Penny Haslam:

Penny Haslam has enjoyed a successful career in broadcasting spanning twenty years. She worked as a senior business journalist on BBC Radio 4 business and personal finance shows, and from there was invited to present the flagship investigative news programme Panorama in 2010 and 2011. Penny then became a regular on live BBC television and radio as a business news presenter, on BBC Breakfast, the News Channel and Radio 5 Live. She is a seasoned professional Event Host and Moderator, having been at the helm of a wide variety of business and leadership events since 2011. Penny is a TEDx speaker on the Power of Visibility and was awarded Speaker of the Year 2016 by her professional body, the PSA. In 2017 she was listed as a ‘Northern Power Woman’ and in 2018 was named a Top Ten Social Media Influencer by the global firm Condeco.

This episode will be airing live on 10th January 2020 at 8am(PT)/11am(EST)/4pm(GMT). To listen live or later from the archive please visit http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1959

More about host Chris Cooper:

Chris Cooper is the founder of Chris Cooper Business Elevation and creator and host of the Business Elevation Show. Chris and team help leaders to elevate results through building engaged workforces and developing high performance leaders and teams. He created the Business Elevation Show the most accessed business show in 2018 on Voice America the world’s leading on-line radio platform and is co-Author of The Power To Get Things Done (Whether You Feel Like It Or Not). He is a fellow of the Professional Speaking Association and partner of Engagement Multiplier . To contact Chris to see how he and his business can help you : Chris@chriscooper.co.uk


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