Frequently Asked Questions

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Am I a good candidate for a Taped Video Review?

If you’re looking for a clear picture of your current strengths, skillset, and opportunities for growth and you would like to identify a path to get credit for your ideas and persuade and influence your audiences, then YES!

Is there anything that would disqualify me from being a good fit for a Taped Video Review?

While working for an established, medium-sized or bigger company would certainly not disqualify you, I encourage you to determine whether the cost may be covered in your corporate training budget.  

Great companies pride themselves on offering their employees personal development opportunities. They know improving your communication skills will be a huge benefit to them!

What if I hate seeing myself on camera!? Will this feel awkward?

That’s totally normal. Most people do. It may feel awkward to you, but it certainly won’t to me. 

How will I receive my Taped Video Review? How long will my Taped Video Review be?

Your customized Video Review will come directly to your inbox. It will be easy for you to open, review and keep. Most are between 10-12 minutes long.

What topics do you cover in corporate public speaking training?

Corporate training helps everyone at your organization become better public speakers whether their audience is one client on Zoom or a crowded auditorium. Topics are customized based on need.

I’m preparing for an important presentation, a media interview, a video, a launch or another event that I want to go well! Will this help me?

Absolutely! A clear assessment of your strengths and opportunities is a critical first step.

I believe all communication should be strategic. Before I look at any tape, I want to understand what you’re trying to accomplish.

I’ll ask:

Who are you trying to influence and what is your business objective?
How do you want to be perceived?
We’ll establish your goals in the Taped Video Review Questionnaire to be sure we’re launching you toward clear, purposeful and confident communication!