Luan de Burgh
Presenter and Communication Coach
Language: English (Native)
Luan de Burgh is the Founding Director of de Burgh Training Ltd and specialises in delivering leading communication, presentation and impact training in business with a particular focus in the legal sector.
For over a decade he has worked extensively with partners, associate and business services in the legal sector as well as with well-known figures in politics and the media helping them deliver messages effectively, develop strong business relationships and leave a positive lasting impression
Areas of Training:
|· Presenting Excellence
· Confidence Workshop
· Effective Communication
· Impact and Presence
· Effective Networking
· Client Care – Delivering Excellence
· Finding Your Natural Voice
|· Storytelling in Business
· Personality and Persuasion
· Becoming a Trusted Adviser
· Speaking on Camera
· Effective Pitching
Career Highlights and Key Clients:
A speaker himself, Luan regularly addresses audiences around the world on topics including Public Speaking and Presenting, Impact, Presence & Gravitas, Networking and Business Development, Becoming a Trusted Adviser and Storytelling in Business. Recent speaking engagements include the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Russia, Dubai, Saudi Arabia and extensively across Europe.
He is a regular commentator in the media on matters relating to communication, impact and delivery including for BBC during the General Election and has a monthly column in The Lawyer.
Certification: Qualifications and Credentials:
Luan has an MA in Voice and Speech from the University of London where he subsequently lectured, as well as at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and is a visiting lecturer at BPP Law School.
· Kings College, University of London
· Central School of Speech and Drama, London
· Ecole Jacques Lecoq, France
· Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, London
Affiliations, Activities and Awards:
Luan regularly comments on TV, radio and in the press. He has appeared on the BBC discussing the voices of various politicians as well as commenting during general elections on the leaders’ debate. He also commented on Tony Blair’s performance at the Iraq enquiry on the BBC World Service.
Articles by Luan have also appeared in The Guardian, The Times, and The Lawyer while he continues to analyse key public speeches via Twitter and LinkedIn.