• Communication skills: Enhance your oral and written professional presentations. Producing a well-targeted publication, giving a persuasive talk, engaging your audience and calling for action, are all skills  you will learn on this course. Open to small  groups and individuals.
  • From Brainwave to Brochure: Identify your target audience, develop a concept, brainstorm ideas for book or product promotion, all this while developing your communication skills.
  • Prepare for university entrance: Courses in Business and Academic English so your English won’t let you down, whatever the circumstances. Individual and small classes for adults and adolescents.

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Testimonials from workshop participants

I attended two of Lesley’s workshops at the Swanwick writers’ conference. The workshops were very useful in developing my skills in specifically identifying my target market and the use of appropriate language. The workshops were very well planned with a variety of interactive exercises and discussion. Lesley was calm and enthusiastic and kept a very varied group fully involved throughout.
— Carol Thomas, writer, South Wales

training-image-1-258x167Lesley’s workshop was very helpful and informative. It was extremely useful in helping me realize the importance of targeting a specific readership.
— Bill Davidson, writer, Scotland

Lesley ran a publications workshop for ICRC communication staff in Nairobi which was well appreciated and very informative for all participants. The creation of good quality publications is often not well thought out and Lesley’s workshop brought useful insights and practical tips for us.
— Glenn O’Neil, Founder of Owl RE, research and evaluation services, Professor in communications, International University in Geneva

Lesley organized and ran successful publications workshops for the East Africa communications team and provided support to field delegations from HQ in Geneva.
— Nic Sommer, Specialist, former ICRC Head of Communications, East Africa

I have recently attended Lesley’s presentation. It was lively, interactive and illustrated with numerous examples.
— Hanna Slisinska-Eckert, Adjunct professor of cross-cultural communication and management, Business Schools

Awards, Fiction and Drama

Geneva Writers Group Literary Award 2014, runner-up non-fiction for Basil Fawlty comes to Surbiton
History of Art, Prix de mérite de la Ville de Genève 2003, IFAGE
Short story, First Choice, published in Offshoots 12, 2013.
Mini playletFirst Choice, read by the Geneva English Drama Society on 28 April, 2015. READ MORE.
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