Webinar Facilitator Coaching

Think speaking online is the same as speaking in-person? Think again! Leading a webinar or online meeting is far more than simply uploading your in-person content to the web. In many ways, these online interactions are more nuanced than in-person events and require careful attention. That’s where your webinar facilitator coach comes in. Think of it as public speaking coaching….just…for an online “public.”

Webinars are a microscope of your speaking. Check out this clip to see what I mean.


How does virtual public speaking coaching work?

I use a similar approach to helping people lead webinars as I do for helping people with their in-person speaking. During our first meeting, I ask that you prepare a few minutes of a webinar or online training that you’ve given in the past or plan to give in the future. If you don’t have this, I can provide it, but I find it helpful to use something REAL to your life as a starting point to ensure we stay relevant. From there, I assess your speaking strengths and weaknesses and you leave our first meeting with concrete, actionable suggestions to make you a strong webinar and virtual speaking. After that, we can meet as frequently or infrequently as you’d like.

How much does virtual public speaking coaching cost?

I know that others are charging thousands of dollars for one on one coaching. Ug, maybe I should too. I just can’t bring myself to do it. I charge $100-$150 per hour depending on what you’re looking to accomplish and how much background research I’ll need to do to help you on your particular area of expertise. I offer a per-person discount if several members of your team would like to receive small group coaching together. Let’s chat about that EmilySchwartzSpeaks@gmail.com

Why is virtual public speaking coaching important?

Even if you’re an EXCELLENT in-person speaker, virtual speaking requires a higher level of engagement and relevancy to command someone’s attention. It actually isn’t super difficult, you just can’t waste your time focusing on the wrong things.

Want to move forward? Contact EmilySchwartzSpeaks@gmail.com for questions or to get something on the calendar.