Want to impress a coach?
Learn the ins and outs of presenting yourself when you're talking to a coach in-person or online.
It could be the difference between getting a scholarship... or not.
Recruiting interviews are nerve-racking.
Here's how I can help:
Whether it's an in-person interview, virtual one-on-one interview, group interview or video to submit, it's important to learn how to present yourself well. This workshop will help you be more prepared and at ease going into the recruiting process so you can feel confident every time you talk to a coach!
What you'll learn:
- First impressions are hard enough. I'll help you learn how to make the impression you want to make and be more aware of how you come across.
- How to use energy, confidence and voice inflection to strengthen your persona.
- How to speak clearly and effectively
- I'll share the do's and don'ts of making you look and sound your best on camera, while still being your true and authentic self. I'll talk about lighting, backgrounds, sound and more.
- When communicating virtually you lose a lot of social cues and it's harder to read body language. Learn how to make a strong connection in the limited time you have.
- Virtual Etiquette
- Learn skills that will also help you in virtual meetings, presentations and future job interviews.
"Knowledgeable and helpful people like you make the stressful process seem less daunting, and help me to be excited for the upcoming process."
"Awesome presentation!! Kim and Mike you have so much info for us to think about before we go “on camera”! Thanks for your expertise."
Mike Barnes has spent 30 years on the air! Now, he coaches clients for on-camera impact. He works with executives, entrepreneurs, speakers and small business owners who want to improve their on camera presence for video, virtual presentations and media interviews.
Mike Barnes was an award-winning sportscaster at KVUE/ABC in Austin, TX for over 29 years. He was named Best Sportscaster in Austin 17 years and Best in Texas four times.
Mike and his wife, Kim, have a 25-year-old son who's a graduate of Texas A&M and a 23-year-old daughter who's a graduate of the University of Texas.