Anna Roberts

Anna Roberts

Founder and Managing Director, Nudge

Anna Roberts, a radio and TV presenter in Dubai, is the founder of Nudge, a communications advisory specializing in public speaking and media training. Anna has interviewed the worlds most high profile sports stars and corporate leaders and believes that business success stems from authentic and effective communication.

Her belief is that everyone should have the tools and confidence to give their ideas a voice, from entrepreneurs pitching for investment through to keynote presentations.

See her work across print regional publications and online on her website where she discusses everything from how to handle a media scrum through to elevating your confidence on stage. Visit and talk to her on Twitter @ImAnnaRoberts #TheNudgeEffect.

Follow Anna Roberts on Social


Don't Wait For A Keynote To Invest In Public Speaking Training

If you think that public speaking training is reserved for those preparing for their first TEDx talk, you're wrong.

It's Not All About Social Media: Why You Need A More Wholesome Communications Strategy To Grow Your Business

The over reliance on just social media needs to stop. It's one part of your arsenal, but it shouldn't be your only focus point.

Three Ways To Win New Customers On A Radio Interview

A look at the power that radio has as a medium for creating new business leads and a strong connection with potential customers.

Three Mistakes To Avoid When You're On Camera

Video is everywhere: from digital marketing strategies, to traditional TV interviews being conducted with smartphones and DSLR cameras.

Why Avoiding Public Speaking Is Sabotaging Your Career (And What You Can Do About It)

Three reasons to start using more verbal communication and presentations to get ahead in your career.

Three Tips To Make Sure Your Networking Introduction Is Unforgettable

Networking should be an exchange of information to develop professional or social contacts, and at each event, you'll encounter a different audience.

Overcoming Stage Fright: Three Steps To Become A Better Speaker On Stage

Here's a three-step method to go from being someone with stage fright to a thriving speaker instead.

Five Mistakes People Make When Delivering A Speech

The audience comes first and foremost, not you. You can't focus on what you're going to say until you understand who you're talking to in the first place.

Three Ways To Be A Great Panelist On Stage

As with all things in life, even if your job is to go up on stage and speak about your experiences, preparation is essential.

Five Ways To Pitch Better To A Journalist

The truth is that journalists are hungry for sources and contributors to stories, but they often don't want to talk to someone who hasn't had a lot of experience dealing with the media.

Getting Ready For Your Presentation? Have A Plan B

More often than not, we will avoid preparing for a presentation, and instead go along and hope to just wing it, but the trick is to tackle big challenges head on and leave nothing to chance.

Making Your Speech Work For You

The use of social media and the sheer number of touchpoints you now have with your audience can keep a speech alive for years, not only increasing your reach, but also advancing your career.

Sound Advice: Three Ways To Ensure Your Voice Doesn't Fail You Onstage

Frog in your throat? Cat got your tongue? Regardless of the animal you want to put the blame on, having a moment where your voice fails you onstage can be a nightmare to many.

Five Tactics To Overcome Stage Fright

Here are five tips to incorporate into the run up to your next big presentation that will have your mind at ease and focusing on clearly getting your communication across to your audience.

Five Tips For Public Speaking Like A Pro

Speaking at an event is a fantastic opportunity to take ownership of how your brand and its key messaging is presented to the public, but that's often easier said than done.

More Authors You Might Like