Roy Sheppard

Roy Sheppard is a specialist conference moderator, an experienced speaker and the author of six books.

He is the acknowledged European expert on building profitable business relationships through networking and referrals and has spoken at conferences internationally for many of the world’s largest companies. He has worked as a visiting lecturer atCranfieldUniversity’s full-time MBA course. And more recently at Henley School of Management.

His early career began in television and radio. Working both regionally and nationally for the BBC, he presented music and interview-based programmes, including the Sony Award winning “In the News” on BBC Radio 4.

WhilstRoywas also involved in production and script writing, his main area of expertise was in live television and he regularly worked alongside other notable presenters including Jeremy Paxman, Eamonn Holmes, Ann Robinson and the late Jill Dando. From 1985-91, he was an anchorman of the early evening news for the BBC inLondonwhere he consistently proved his ability to perform under pressure.

In 1994 he trained as a therapist.

His books include “Meet Greet and Prosper”, “Rapid Result Referrals” and “Your Personal Survival Guide to the 21st Century.” In 2008 he co-wrote (with Mary T Cleary) and published “Venus: The Dark Side”. The same book is called “That Bitch: Protect Yourself Against Women with malicious Intent”

In October 2010 he published “How to be The One” which became the subject of a two page spread in YOU, the UK’s top circulation women’s magazine (part of The Mail on Sunday) and was a lead story on CNN.com’s Lifestyle website.