One to One Presentations CoachingIndividual, effective and discreet.
Do you have a particular presentation, such as a key-note or a sales pitch, to deliver?
Are you struggling to know where to start but don’t have time to go on a course?
For just one fixed price of £75 + VAT, I can help you in just a one hour & 15 minute zoom session.
How does that work I hear you ask? Surely that’s not enough time?
Most people already know what they need to say but just don’t know how to get it across in the allotted time.
Well here’s how it works:
During the first 15 minutes you will fill me in on what your talk is about, how long you have and who your audience is.
For the next hour:
I will take you through how to create a structure for your talk.
I will give you ideas on how to open your talk and how and when to close.
I will help you feel and look confident about your talk even though you may not feel it.
By the end of our 1 hour and 15 minute session you will have a good idea how to develop your talk and make it your own and deliver it confidently.
When you’re ready, if you would like to send me a video recording of you delivering a practise of your finished presentation, I will be happy to give my feedback at no extra cost.
Not sure if this is the right fit for you? Book a free 15 minute no obligation chat with me first. (link below)
As with all of our courses and coaching, this one to one session is covered with our 30 day money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose! (link below)
Book your one to one session now and deliver that winning presentation!
“Working with Walter was very much a pleasure. He offered friendly, valuable support through practical suggestions that worked and built confidence along the way. I will be less daunted now by the need to present as I have been given strategies I can rely on and the confidence that comes from knowing that what I have accomplished already under his tutelage can be achieved again in the future.”
Each 1:1 presentation coaching assignment is completely different from every other one and that’s where experience counts. You have to be able to step back to understand where they are now. And then work with them to get them to where they need to be. For example recently I had the privilege of working with a group of senior speakers from a major company who were launching a new product at a national event.
I had to work with them both as a team and as individuals, some of whom really didn’t feel they needed any coaching from me. I found myself using many of the sales and people skills I’d developed over the years just to get alongside some of them. Fortunately the event was a great success and they acknowledged their presentations were better for my coaching. That sort of feedback is great to get – that’s the real reason that I, or any other coaches, do the work.”