What you need to speak,
without fear, to anyone at any time.
Yeah. It’s possible.

Confidence Through Talk

You know your fear of presenting at the next board meeting isn’t rational – but that’s irrelevant. You’re still afraid.

That’s because talking looks easy but it’s not. It was easy. We all know that. You only have to chat with a two-year-old to know it was easy. But often, as adults, we’re lost. We don’t know what to say or how to say it.

We feel overwhelmed by giving presentations, by needing to speak up in meetings; we feel intimidated chatting with colleagues. We don’t even know how to speak kindly to our mothers. We feel all of these things and don’t know what to do about it.

But we’ve got some good news. There are techniques – simple ones – that can help us express ourselves well in every conversation. The better news is that The Dialogue team offers you room to practise these techniques in a secure, comforting – and, believe it or not, highly enjoyable – way.

We will teach you to talk and listen better. We all used to do it. We’ll help you remember how.

Explore The Dialogue

The Dialogue Room

If you want to practise speaking clearly and listening well, meeting other students and progressing together.

The Dialogue Chair

If you would like to learn more effective speaking and listening habits but don’t fancy doing it in a room of strangers.

The Dialogue Club

If you’re a Dialogue graduate and want to practise public speaking and your networking skills in a supportive environment.

Meet the team

The courses have been designed and developed with Stephanie Young, an experienced facilitator with whom Kieran Morris has been delivering successful workshops since 2016. You can find out more about Kieran and Stephanie here.

If you would like to hear more about the origins of The Dialogue, you can listen to a short recording of Kieran and Stephanie discussing the project below.

“Kieran was and is an absolute pleasure to work with and I look forward to our many collaborations with him in the future.”

– Digital R&D Thrive project feedback