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Public speaking coaching in London – different options

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If you’re looking for public speaking coaching in London, you’ve got a couple of different options.

Putting aside the format, a great 1-2-1 coach could help you:

  • Overcome nerves
  • Hone your presentations/speeches
  • Impress your audiences

So what are your options?

In-person coaching in London

Coaches can come to your office or home or office in London to work with you on your speaking. Alternatively, they can book a meeting room for you to work in.

Advantages of in-person coaching:

  • Build a great rapport with your coach
  • Practice for in-person presentations/speeches in the most realistic environment
  • You will be completely immersed in the experience – no distractions
  • Make fantastic progress in a short period of time!

Disadvantages of in-person coaching:

  • You may feel more nervous beforehand
  • More expensive than online coaching

In-person coaching is a brilliant premium option for those looking to overcome nerves, build their skills and ace their next speaking opportunity.

(We offer one-to-one coaching packages across London – book a call to learn more.)

Online coaching (anywhere in the world!)

It’s now easier than ever to work with a public speaking coach online from anywhere in the world.

Advantages of online coaching:

  • Work in whichever environment you feel most comfortable in
  • Cheaper than in-person coaching
  • Almost everything that can be covered in-person can be covered online
  • Make great progress in a short space of time!

Disadvantages of online coaching:

  • A less realistic/immersive experience when practicing
  • Can be interrupted if you have a bad internet connection!

Overall, a really fantastic way to build your speaking confidence and skills.

(We offer one-to-one coaching online via Zoom – book a call to learn more.)

Questions to ask before booking a coach

Most coaches/agencies will offer a free consultation call before you sign up – here are a few questions you might want to ask:

  • Who will I be working with?
  • Have they worked with clients in my field before?
  • How would you help me overcome my specific challenges? (e.g. nerves)
  • Can you give me an example of someone you’ve worked with and the results they have achieved?
  • What’s your policy on confidentiality?
  • How much is it?
  • What is the coach’s availability?

It’s important to find a coach that works for you!

Whichever route you choose we’re wishing you the best of luck on your public speaking coaching journey.

And if you have any questions – drop us a line!

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