A Public Speaking Coaching
and Media Training Company.
Become a more compelling and confident presenter
How we can help you
We run one-on-one sessions and group workshops designed to help you be a better speaker in front of any audience!
Learn how to be an authentic, confident and engaging speaker in the workplace, job interview or for a keynote speech! We specialise in assisting executives, business owners and entrepreneurs who need to nail their presentations without the nerves.
With our presentation skills training and coaching you can achieve outstanding results, whether you have to give a speech, present to a large audience or go on camera to do a media interview. Our workshops are tailored to your specific requirements and experience level. Presentation training can be conducted one-on-one, or in larger groups.
We run regular group workshops in Newcastle and Sydney.
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PUBLIC SPEAKING TRAINING
We will ensure you feel more confident in front of any audience.
On-camera media interview coaching.
Discover why leadership training is important to boost your career.
JOB INTERVIEW COACHING
Interview preparation is the key to job interview success.
TRAINING FOR KIDS
Strengthening your child's communication skills.
DIY PR WORKSHOP
Do you want to learn how to get free publicity for your business?
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Did you know that you can begin to teach your child how to speak in public from the moment they begin to talk? It doesn’t matter if they need it immediately or not, it will be a useful skill in the future. Excellent public speaking skills will help them stand up for themselves, boost self-confidence, and even do better in
The worst thing that can happen to a public speaker or MC is to have your audience yawning or acting bored throughout the presentation. Not only will this give a substantial hit to your self confidence, but it might also deter you from pursuing this craft in the future. So, how can a public speaker prevent boredom from ruining the
I can probably think of no two worse words to say to the media than ‘no comment’. There is no exception, NEVER under any circumstances, to use these words when doing a media interview. Why? Because not only does it sound as though you are hiding something, but it also becomes a quotable news ‘grab’ or a quote which can be