MasterSpeaker Lab is a place for those who have some experience speaking to hone their skills for world-class stages
Each course is intended to target a problem that advanced public speakers often encounter or to help speakers see blocks they may not be aware of so they can break through.
MasterSpeaker Lab is for you or your organization if:
- Your sphere of influence is growing or it’s time to grow it.
- You’re being asked to speak on new topics or to new or bigger groups.
- You’re ready to shift focus from comfort and mechanics to engaging audiences.
- You want to sharpen your technique and your message for the world.
Stay tuned for advanced courses designed for speakers who are ready to take their speaking to the next level at MasterSpeakerLab.com.
Take your first steps in breaking through to top-level speaking
How can you consistently deliver the powerfully persuasive and captivating talks that audiences love and remember? By mastering two complementary strategies that most speakers unknowingly neglect…
Get ready to write the talk of your life and deliver it from one of the big stages
Are you wanting to join the speakers at TEDx, Ignite, or Pecha Kucha? Take a peek behind the curtain with Margaret Watts Romney, a seasoned curator, organizer, and coach, and learn how to improve your chances of being selected as a speaker.
The feedback that sharpens your message and elevates you as a speaker
Get expert feedback and advice to hone your speaking style, fine-tune your technique, and refine your very best Keynote, TEDx talk, conference or sales presentation.
Foley learning has partnered with HumIntell, a research-based provider of specialized online training, to offer the following training in detecting microexpressions and subtle expressions, evaluating truthfulness, reading emotions in others, and decoding nonverbal behavior.
Approved for 0.45 CEUs (RID) and 4 CEPs (ATA)
This package has been used by the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Defense, FBI, various law enforcement agencies.
Learn which nonverbal behaviors have been scientifically proven to be associated with truthfulness and deception and which have not. In addition, improve your abilities to make such judgments by focusing on the world of nonverbal behaviors evaluated in context against verbal output.