Presenting for Adults provides presenting classes and counseling to adults. We work in either a small group or individual setting. Prior to beginning the class, students are asked to detail their needs and the curriculum is then designed to support it. Classes have a minimum of six adults with a maximum of 20. The small group setting enables participants to get the most out of the class and truly learn from each other. Prices and times vary according to location.
Presenting for Kids teaches children ages 8-11 how to give a basic informative speech. It provides them with a toolkit of methods and techniques to deliver an oral report to their classmates, as well as make a positive first impression in a new situation. This program is offered as a six week session with a maximum of ten children per class. The classes are 60 minutes in length and organized by grade level.
The team at Presenting Perfection works with children and adults on either a one-on-one or group basis. For children ages 8-11, small group classes are recommended as children tend to learn best in a group setting. By watching each other speak, they quickly observe a variety of speaking styles. In time, this helps the child develop one of their own. Classes meet once a week for 60 minutes for six weeks. Classes are limited to ten children.
For tweens ages 12-15 and teens ages 16-18, classes are 60 minutes in length and have a maximum of ten students. Classes are held weekly after school for six weeks.
One-on-one training for tweens and teens are also available. These session last a minimum of 60 minutes.
Communication Insights is set up as an advisory service. After the initial contact, we will set up a time to meet with you either in-person or virtually to discuss your communication challenge. We will then work together to establish a plan, framework and fee structure to support the project. Pricing and hours vary depending upon location and type of work requested.
TweenSpeech teaches kids age 12-15 and 16-18, the basics of informative and persuasive speaking, as well interviewing and question asking. It arms tweens and teens with advanced techniques to use in the classroom, as well as in job and college interviews. These classes are done in a group setting with eight to ten students organized by grade level. For high school students, one-on-one training is also available.
Communication Insights provides targeted services for the needs of the busy business executive. It supports everything from the daily to the extraordinary communication challenges of the business world. Among the offerings: department advisory services, messaging work, executive coaching, media training, conflict resolution, small group and communication.
That’s why it is important to teach children who are young and relatively fearless how to deliver a good speech. By the time they become working adults, giving a presentation, making a speech or delivering a toast will be second nature to them.