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The Script

It’s not enough to know the lines. Any actor worth their salt knows it’s the rehearsal that makes the performance. If you’re a CEO or senior executive, you should know that, too. And you know that every entrance, exit, message, inflection and nuance “talks” on its own or serves to influence. As a CEO or senior […]

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The Executive Studio

  Politicians and celebrities have personal and individual leadership and presentation coaches. CEOs and senior executives should too. We provide one-on-one personal leadership presence and presentation coaching. For all media. When you work with us, we serve as your own One-to-One Personal Producer to approach all aspects of your performance and leadership. We direct, and […]

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Videos

Follow these links to our videos on: Amy’s Views and Interviews on… The 10 Commandments of a Great Presentation Ai didn’t see it coming: the only book you’ll ever need to avoid being blindsided in business     A  A

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Thank You Notes

The reviews keep rolling in… Individual Clients: Amy, I very much enjoyed the segment.  Your “in the moment” feedback is the most powerful component of the session—as you could palpably sense and even hear the “a-ha” learning moments over the phone. Which was great! — From a Chief Diversity Officer, Consumer Goods Company, New York City […]

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Executive Studio Presentation Tip #5

Welcome to the Executive Studio! It’s a brand New Year and we’re back with Presentation Tip #5 for you: Tip #5: The Power of the Pause Here’s a T-Shirt we saw recently at the airport…… “I. Can. Make. The. Little. Voice. In. Your. Head. Take. Pauses.” We just had to buy that T-shirt! Why? It so […]

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Executive Studio Presentation Tip #3

Welcome to the Executive Studio! We’re back with Presentation Tip #3 for you: Tip #3 Know Your “Open” Cold! We’re not talking about turning up the AC in the Conference Room. We’re talking about Nailing your Intro. Sticking the landing. Throwing a strike on the first pitch. But too often it doesn’t happen. We see […]

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