HOW AFTERNOON TEA
CAN CHANGE THE WORLD!
- ie The Currency of Courtesy -
KEYNOTE and AFTER DINNER SPEAKER
Amusing British speaker giving your group a motivational and inspirational experience
embracing communication, customer service, team and leadership skills.
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Afternoon Tea is delicious BUT it's not all about the tasty carbs! Transfer those niceties of being in rapport, offering, listening, engaging...and you have the Art of Diplomacy right there. That translates into customer service, effective teamwork and organisations that simply work together better.
“Perhaps the most intelligent idea I've heard in quite some time.”
Book Jane for her British keynote talks and topics which are utterly surprising, unique, funny and powerful. Cucumber sandwiches and teapots may be involved but in reality, this is an inspiring message around internal relationships and efficiency within organisations and their clients.
Jane is not only a professional business speaker but also the UK's expert on afternoon tea traditions. Etiquette, however, is not just about holding your cup in a certain way - it's actually all about consideration, engagement and communication. Using the metaphor of teatime manners, your audience will truly learn how to be more internally relatable within their business, in the enjoyable company of Jane - with lots of very British humour added in.
Book Jane to provide a great audience experience for your group - to increase engagement, rapport and consideration in your working environments with staff, teams and clients. In the UK, Afternoon Tea or English Cream Tea can also be provided within the package by Jane's company!
"I've heard a lot of speakers and there are just a few I remember. This lady, Jane Malyon, made
a big impression on me at an event where there were other speakers. I personally remember only
HER talk, and to today it is stuck in my mind." Debora Luzi
“She’s simply an inspiration!”
Lou Johnson, Blue Sky
“Delightful, entertaining and inspiring. Her joie de vivre is irresistible!”
Diane Priestley, journalist