I described in this post how I had been a little nervous about how I’d be received in England. Well, the initial feedback from participants at my seminar for University College London suggests that I needn’t have worried too much. Here’s a sample:
Ken’s personality and enthusiasm made the course.
It has been a long time since I enjoyed a course as much of this AND took so much away from it.
Ken Adams was an excellent presenter—supremely knowledgeable about the subject and very humorous in his delivery.
A potentially very dry subject was delivered seriously, but with humour. There were lots of opportunities to discuss the changes of language proposed; useful tips to take away; and, of course, a copy of the book!
The day went by very quickly. It would be huge fun to see a discussion between Ken and a leading advocate of the traditional form of drafting!
No improvements to suggest but would welcome any further courses involving Ken Adams.
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I’m not at all surprised. What I saw of the course (at the end) suggested that the audience was very engaged with what you were saying, and appreciative of your self-deprecating, humorous style of presentation.