Angelika Barnes and Thomas Spring are passionate communicators and professional presenters themselves. At CCC they are collaborating in holding courses and workshops that will bring out the very best in you as a speaker.
Angelika believes in clear communication
and in experiential learning. She is an experienced presenter and speaker delivering workshops - both here and abroad.
Alongside CCC, she also runs her own Business & Life Coaching Business, helping teams and individuals to become more successful by improving communication and culture.
"Angelika has a real talent for delivering complicated concepts in an easy-to-understand manner. Her delivery style is clear, inclusive and energetic. She strives to make every training session as interactive as possible."
"I love working with Angelika – she oozes confidence, support and a wealth of experience in all that she presents and teaches.”
Jacqui Ward, Abel HR People & Performance
“Thank you so much for your workshop, it was the most engaging, fun, interactive and useful session we’ve had on this business course.” Isabella Eleni, Nelson
Thomas is an experienced speaker.
He is fascinated by the human potential for learning, growth and change. He has taught Karate in Switzerland and worked as a Project Manager.
Alongside CCC, Thomas Spring is a Feldenkrais and Satyananda Yoga teacher. He has taught workshops within New Zealand, Australia, America, Switzerland and Germany.
"Thomas is a master evaluator - he has the insightful ability to see the key thing that a speaker should work on to develop their speaking skills.
And he does it in a way that is positive and supportive. He gives examples on how you could make those changes, not just leaving with what you should do, but rather how you could do it. So if you want to know the "truth" about your speech or presentation came across, along with clear, thoughtful and helpful advice. on what to improve and how to go about it, then Thomas is your man."
Glynne Suckling, General Manager, THE BUYING GROUNG LIMITED & Kickbuttpresentations