About Paulus Romijn & the Presenters’ Platform
Paulus established the Presenters’ Platform in 2004 after a life-time of presenting. His natural talents were discovered at an early age when teachers noticed the whole class becoming entranced when he read aloud.
Speaking to an audience
The Presenters’ Platform emerged from five years of researching a range of exercises and a format that enriches people’s self-confidence and prepares them for presenting.
Research shows that speaking to an audience is one of the greatest fears of most people, so Paulus has designed a program that helps participants meet this fear head-on. Paulus’ studies of motivations and groups saw him come third in a paper on Group Norms, Motivation and Leadership prior to his creation of the Presenters’ Platform as well as completing a Diploma in International Business at Auckland University.
Paulus also works as a Presenter, a Voice Over artist, and an actor having appeared in Shortland Street and in 2010 played Captain Stubbing in the stage show “The Love Cruise”.
Paulus can also direct, film and edit footage.
Paulus helped establish Studio 111 Screen acting school and Casting and Corporate Training. He is still involved there teaching screen acting.Visit the Studio 111 website