In our performance-driven coaching program, we provide one-on-one guidance to help you develop and deliver the most captivating version of your story.
After completing these coaching sessions, you will gain increased confidence when presenting to an audience and have crafted a compelling narrative.
Coaching participants will learn to:
– confidently answer questions on the spot
– be more comfortable presenting on stage
– stretch themselves as far as they can, while understanding we all have different ability levels
This program is often used for:
– improving startup pitches before a fundraising round or pitch competition
– improving storytelling in an upcoming presentation
– feeling more comfortable presenting on stage
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“Hayden and Nathan were very personable and professional, immediately making me feel at ease and ready to learn. Not to mention, the way Hayden explained the presentation’s problem points highlighted what needed to be done and what could be improved. Also, Nathan’s ability to tie together real examples with solutions laid a clear path forward.“
“My main takeaway from our coaching was to focus on the story of the pitch and also to explain things simply. You don’t want the judges to get mixed up so you need to be able to make sure that they know what your product/service is easily without having to think too much. I like that we are able to tailor the session to go where we want it to go. It is very helpful as we go along so we can quickly pivot to whatever we want to work on next/whatever we need help with next. It was very valuable for us.“
“I learned how to better communicate a complicated topic concisely and understandably.“
“My main takeaway from the Green Light coaching was a strategy to deal with stage fright. I found this very helpful and will use this tip in the future.”
“I thought the coaching was super helpful. I loved your energy and ability to build off each other. Really great experience. Two different perspectives for our pitch.”