In Person and Online
In today’s competitive world, the need to present a highly professional image is now more important than ever.
A professional presentation style requires the confidence and ability to convey the right image that you want your audience to see and to ensure that your intent is what your audience sees, hears and understands.
Presenting information clearly and effectively (just like professional Actors and Directors do) is a key skill in getting your message across.
Amanda Meyer is the Founder and Creator of Rewards Drama
Amanda is a well known authority in Public Speaking and On Camera Training and Rewards Drama is well renowned.
Her 20 year background in acting and directing means that she has the technical and practical skills to transform your speaking and videos. She teaches her expertise to corporate leaders, business owners, and public figures so they can confidently excel in a position of authority and master the stage, the room and on camera.
In addition to her work in Rewards Drama, she has taught acting, written and directed for the stage, written training programs, articles, and fictional pieces, was head of Drama at Australian Centre of Performing Arts, managed a national company, and also has a history in Business, Education, Training and Assessment, and Psychology.
Based in Melbourne, Australia, Amanda speaks and trains in effective public speaking, video and presence, and consults in transformative leadership. She has been a guest expert speaker at conferences, workshops, retreats, podcasts and on radio.
Mistakes to Avoid On Camera
This talk highlights 5 common mistakes people make on camera, and how to overcome them.
Lighting, background, mindset, voice.
Depending on numbers and content included, this talk can range between 20 to 60 minutes
What do you need to know to master the stage?
This talk covers stagecraft, voice, mindset, and exercises.
Depending on numbers and content included, this talk can range between 60 to 180 minutes.
This includes Rewards Drama’s signature Training.
Mindset, Personality, Preparation, Stagecraft, Common Mistakes, Voice: Inflection, Enunciation and Projection, Body Language and Position, Exercises, Filming, Memorisation, Focus, Improvisation.
Depending on numbers and content included, this talk can range between a Half Day to Two Days.