“Pitches are pivotal to growth for most agencies, businesses and non-profits and so with these partnerships, Win That Pitch is achieving our vision of becoming a one-stop-shop to cater for all aspects of presenting and pitching.“Despite the importance of pitching to business growth, it can often be the most stressful part of the job for many employees – especially junior and mid-level team members. Not everyone enjoys presenting and for many organisations pitches can vary wildly depending on the experience of the team. That’s why Win That Pitch provides best practice support, training and services to ensure everyone can deliver their best pitch and avoid common mistakes and pressures.”He added: “We also know that the best way to win new business is by having a strong pitch team. That is why I am also excited to announce that our online pitch training course and offline workshops have been accredited by the Continued Professional Development Standards Office (CPDSO). Our cost-effective CPD courses are now available to help junior teams and pitch veterans alike improve their skills to present with confidence and pitch to win, every time.”Amanda Rosewarne, CEO, CPDSO commented:“Demonstrating a dedication to excellence in lifelong learning, Win That Pitch have achieved a CPD badge that displays they have been independently verified and recognised as a formal CPD provider.” 188 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 Howard Lake | 28 May 2019 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 Dean RussellFounder and CEO Dean Russell is the author of ‘How To Win: The Ultimate Professional Pitch Guide’ and is a leadership and pitch advisor. He is a fellow at the RSA, a former vice chairman of the Federation of Small Business and has over 20 years of experience helping start-ups, brands and agencies win pitches. 187 total views, 1 views today He has also recently been appointed as a start-up mentor for London+Partners, the Mayor of London’s promotional company which promotes London internationally) and is a lecturer at the Institute for Direct and Digital Marketing (IDM).Russell said: Advertisement Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies pitch About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Win That Pitch has launched as the “first global full-service pitch consultancy”, offering to help agencies, brands, individuals and charities present with confidence when making a commercial pitch.The company offers access to associates covering a wide range of industries, training accreditations, and design and research support. It also offers access to a psychology and artificial intelligence provider which will enable agencies to utilise AI for research and analysis during the pitch process.In addition it has partnered with independent research specialist ICG, who can identify research experts from their membership of 400+ specialists to support pitch insights.Clients will also benefit from continuing professional development recognition for its pitch and presentation workshops and online pitch masterclass course.The company offers training, workshops, hands-on consultancy, research and design services through to audits and mentoring. In addition it offers a number of free e-book downloads available from its website. Win That Pitch offers full-service global pitch consultancy Win That Pitch associatesThe company’s associates are all leading experts in their respective industry and sector. They can provide a range of support from acting as specialist advisors for individual proposals, presentations and pitches through to ongoing coaching and consultancy to help organisations achieve measurable success.They include:personal development coach, executive search and selection specialists Dani Bernsteininternational data practitioner and GDPR data protection officer Mark Burnettstrategic communications consultant Kate Nicholasbrand strategy and responsible business specialist Victoria Pagefundraising and digital consultant, trainer and pubisher Howard Lakeconsumer lifestyle, technology and entertainment sectors communications expert Ranj GeorgeWin That Pitch offers a number of tailored packages, for example for startups, small businesses, agencies and for those seeking grant funding.
Advertisement No vaccines in Limerick yet Previous articleMan tried to board a bus with a shotgunNext articleBanana throwing incident tarnished city’s reputation admin TAGSfeaturedHunt Museum The Hunt Museum launches a competition to create a sculpture from the Chestnut tree stump for the new Museum in a Garden Print Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR a houseHUNT Museum is shortlisted for the ‘What’s on 4 2013 Junior Awards’, the first year that this international award scheme for the best activities, volunteers and venues has extended to Ireland.The Hunt Museum is a nominee in the categoriesSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up *Best National School Aged Activity (5 to 12 years) and*Most Outstanding Activity Leader for Childrenwhich means that the museum has received at least five nominations and will now go through to a national voting stage. At present, The Hunt Museum develops and provides many activities, such as school visits, discovery trails, tours, arts and crafts classes, camps and competitions.Until May 28, you can log onto any of the award winning on-line directories – www.whatson4littleones.ie, www.whatson4schoolkids.ie and www.whatson4kidsparties.ie to vote your favourite. Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April WhatsApp Exhibition of Iconic Film Costumes Stays in Limerick Linkedin Facebook NewsLocal NewsHunt Museum shortlisted for international awardBy admin – April 9, 2013 894 Fashion icon Sybil Connolly features on Hunt Museum online series Email Limerick Post Show | Hunt Museum launch Sculpting Competition
When Phil Wheddon’s players have a chance to play, he expects them to make a difference. Every time they step on the field, they have to make a difference. That was the message the Syracuse women’s soccer coach left with his team, following its 1-1 tie with Pittsburgh Sunday afternoon. And SU was able to maintain that mindset long enough to stave off a conference loss that might have caved in its season. Wheddon credits that mindset for his team not faltering. ‘The team is gaining inspiration from each other,’ Wheddon said. ‘We challenge ourselves each day to get the ball on the ground and play a possession style of soccer. And we did that. As you saw, while making different changes in the team and putting different people in different positions, we still can do that.’ Wheddon ran out a lineup Sunday that was without regular starters Kayla Afonso, due to a red card suspension, and Megan Bellingham, due to a leg injury. On their behalf, fueled by their coach’s motivating words, several underclassmen made the most of increased playing time. With five substitutions in the first half alone, Wheddon tinkered with the lineup in an effort to answer Pittsburgh’s early goal. As a result, freshmen Karly O’Toole and Brittany Kinmond, along with sophomores Laura Jackson and Jenna Rickan, were each able to contribute to SU’s late comeback.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Midfielder Alyscha Mottershead, an Iowa transfer who is seeing increased responsibility this season, doesn’t see SU’s collectively young roster as an issue. ‘I don’t really think having a young team means that we are going to play younger,’ Mottershead said. ‘Age is just a number, and the year in your class is just a number. A lot of people on our team, young or old, have a lot of experience. I think coming together as a team, we’ve all grown, and everyone on this team is a leader. Senior or junior, sophomore or freshman, I think everyone can hold their own.’ After extended back-and-forth volleying between the Orange and Panthers in the first half, Jackson entered the game with fewer than two minutes to play in the half. Over the next 15 minutes and into the second half, she was able place a free-kick service toward the net, lob a pass up and in front to Cecilia Borgstrom, and push another opportunity out wide to Tina Romagnuolo, all of which created open looks Syracuse wasn’t finding at the start of the game. For a player who started 18 of 19 games last season, Jackson was more than ready to come in and make something happen. ‘The biggest thing for me is just to make sure that I’m getting opportunities for my team,’ Jackson said. ‘I try and get the ball in to opportunities where we can obviously score and get the ball in the back of the net. I make sure that no runners get by me, and I check the runners at midfield.’ Syracuse entered this weekend’s play ranked 14 out of 16 Big East teams in goals scored. Although SU surely didn’t improve upon that ranking with its lone goal on Sunday, after back-to-back overtime games, it was still a few bounces away from a victory. For Kinmond, who saw action in both games, SU is moving in the right direction at a critical time of the year. ‘I know sometimes a lot of teams, by mid-October, start to decline a little bit,’ she said. ‘But I think that our team is just rising. Because we have a lot of players that come off the bench, there’s definitely a good team atmosphere.’ Playing without senior leader Bellingham this past weekend, SU got a good look at the future of the program. And with Rutgers and Seton Hall to play next week, Syracuse knows it will take a group effort to keep its season alive. Including the young players. It’ll take making a difference every time they step onto the field. ‘It doesn’t matter who we put in there, everyone has bought into what we’re trying to do,’ Wheddon said. ‘And everyone is getting better, day to day. We push each other every day in training. So they know what’s expected. And today, those players stepped on the field and made a difference.’ [email protected] Published on October 10, 2010 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments