Search
Close this search box.

Alistair McGowan Reveals How To Make A Big Impression in Business

Share Article

Need to make a great first impression in a business speech? Alistair McGowan gives top comedy tips and techniques to win more business.

First impressions matter. Alistair McGowan speaks to Paul Boross about how the serious business of comedy at work can change the way that you are perceived on stage or in the office. This fascinating insight into the use of humour is punctuated with lots of hilarious anecdotes, impressions (over 30 of them!) and lots of laughs.

As Alistair says, “Any communication whether it’s in business, or in life or in a pub or in bed is about listening. And people love to be listened to.”

Enjoy How To Make A Big Impression in Business!

Listen & Subscribe where you enjoy your Podcasts

See also:

More Humourology highlights

News

Careering from Comedy to Counselling

Iain Lee joins Paul Boross on The Humourology Podcast to discuss his leap from comedy to counselling and using humour to heal through his time in recovery.

Mark Billingham
News

Mark Billingham | Murder He Wrote

When giving a speech or delivering a talk, Mark says that sincerity sells. Cringeworthy comedy and hackneyed humour can leave you murdered at the mic. A sincere speech with a few quick quips is sure to leave your audience satisfied.

News

Matt Forde | Political Party Like It’s 1999

Matt Forde knows that the best bosses are not burdened with the responsibility of leadership. If you want to be a great boss, bring a lightness to your leadership that invites people to go with you. Don’t know how to make that change? Forde says to fake it until you make it and act like you are crushing it and you will bring people with you.

Funny bones

So much to listen to... you're going to need more ears!
Listen to the smartest and funniest advice around from over 70 guests, 4,000 minutes of laughs & learnings
Explore all podcasts
Get all the funny, fastest!
Read the best of the hot takes, soundbites and bulletins from the brains behind Humourology
Explore all the News
Previous slide
Next slide