Karen Glossop

Karen Glossop was born in Toronto, Canada and came to the UK when she was 9 years old. After reading Classics at Cambridge University, she trained in acting at Mountview. She has worked as a copy editor and writer for the Virgin Encyclopedia of Popular Music. She operates independently as Resonance Training, and also in association with other providers.

Karen’s expertise lies in coaching people to explore different approaches to how they present their messages, whether they're writing words on the page or speaking to a live audience. She helps people develop an effective preparation process; structure messages creatively and persuasively; and make the impact they want.

Since 1997, she has tutored groups and individuals in areas such as: influencing, presentation skills, business writing, facilitation skills, personal impact, storytelling, creativity and leadership. Karen is an Associate Tutor at London Business School; Said Business School, Oxford; and City, University of London. She is also a Consultant at the Centre of Charity Effectiveness, Cass Business School. Recent clients include: Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity; Flag Communications; Transport for London; Birkbeck, University of London; Google; Price Waterhouse Coopers; Safer London; Unilever; Forrester Research; KBC Group NV; Microsoft; QAD, Europe; Domestic & General.

Karen now combines a career as a training consultant with her work in the theatre as an actor, writer and stage designer. She is co-founder of award-winning theatre company, Wishbone, which tours the UK and internationally.

Karen blogs regularly about public speaking, communication and influencing.


In this blog our Craig Melson @techUK flicks through tonight’s TV guide on how connectivity changed our entertainme… https://t.co/rKd5zHMExN
Guest blog by Sean Gulliford @Gemserv highlights what is likely to be coming to a connected home near you in the ve… https://t.co/bqP0SbOle8
Following the recent release of techUK’s report, Collaboration for Public Safety Outcomes, this podcast explores th… https://t.co/ctKK9sa4rZ
Yesterday, techUK marked International Women in Engineering Day 2019 (@INWED1919) with this blog tackling the topic… https://t.co/pZJfb8qiBm
At our first Innovation Den profile we catch up with Seth Finegan, UK CEO, Informed Solutions @InformedTweet https://t.co/aKtnEo3X9m
Guest blog by Alina Bakhareva and Thomas Demetriades at @ELEXONUK provide an overview of several ongoing initiative… https://t.co/2Cf5x0oJV0
Working together to deliver smarter public services – join us at @Public_SectorUK (25 – 26 June, ExCeL London) and… https://t.co/6200FsnGUV
“The Past, Present and Future of Data” report by Dun & Bradstreet (@dnbukteam @DnBUS) published today has shone a l… https://t.co/u6aHlT0fxE
On Saturday 20 July, the first large scale AI conference in the North of England is taking place in Leeds. Find out… https://t.co/NGWcF4D0LX
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