Stage Heroes Exclusive
online / offline 1:1 coaching
Every year I have 5 spots available for 1:1 coaching
Stage Heroes Exclusive is made for professionals looking to work with me intensively. We will work on actual presentations together, dive deeply into your mindset and practice in front of a camera. Over and over again.
Because getting better at presenting also requires an audience, we organise monthly online practise lab sessions with other Stage Heroes.
A Stage Heroes exclusive program is alway tailor-made to your goals.
Before we get to work, let’s find out if we’re the right fit.
Why does it have to be a whole program?
I know you might be looking for a quick fix. Learning how to use your hands better, or “just get rid of some nerves”. Discovering your potential as a public speaker takes time and effort though. There are no shortcuts on the way to excellence.
What if I’m just looking for some touch ups?
If you are a comfortable presenter and you have a big presentation coming up or you would like to boost your storytelling skills for example, it’s possible to book between 1 -3 sessions with one of the other Stage Heroes trainers.
How does it work?
During a 30-minute chemistry check, we’ll get to know each other and I’ll ask you to share as much as possible with me regarding your challenges.
After this session we will both decide if we feel comfortable working with each other. Know that I will only say yes if I am 100% convinced I can help you grow further.
How much time should I reserve?
Based on our call, I will create a proposal for 6, 9 or 12 sessions. Next to our 1:1 sessions, you will participate in a monthly online Practise Lab with other Stage Heroes.
1:1 sessions are always 90 minutes long and can be done online or offline in Amsterdam.
Each session comes with about 3 hours of work in your own time.
Typical things we’ll work on
Your mental blocks
We all tell ourselves stories. Stories that are not necessary true yet they hold us back in living our best life. We’ll dive into your stories and truths and find out how it’s holding you back.
The structures of you presentations / stories
Are you way to detail oriented? All over the place? Ms/Mr cut the crap? We’ll look at how you structure your stories and presentations and how to make them more powerful
Your non-verbal communication
What you don’t say is just as important as what you do say. Through video analysis we’ll look at your body language, your use of voice and how this can be improved.
Stage Heroes who went before you…
Developer Advocate at Snyk
“Last year I connected with Margreet to level up my speaking skills as a technical speaker at software developer conferences. In a couple of 1:1 sessions, she helped me analyse and improve my appearance on stage. She showed how a couple of minor changes improve the impact of my message on the audience.
I honestly loved her direct and analytical way of providing me feedback while speaking in front of her. Her super kind and structural approach tremendously helped me on stage but also virtually.
Margreet is a genuinely skilled professional and, more importantly, a lovely person to work with. I would recommend her to anyone.“
Creative events producer
“Margreet gave me so much confidence in public speaking. I really enjoyed our coaching sessions.
She is a wonderful, bright and kind person who makes you feel at ease straight away.
Thank you Margreet for the inspiring hours we spent together working on my ‘pitch’! Enough storytelling to go I would say.“
Vice President, Global Innovation Management at PVH
“Margreet has magically changed my life during our first session. She is gifted in both sensing and intuition. She is well experienced in analysing situations with her positive, sensitive, calming and friendly approach. She has let me open myself and guided me through the change that I always wanted to do, but never had the courage to. I will always be grateful to her for the change that she brought in my life and I highly recommend her to anyone or any corporation who is looking for an impact; personally or professionally.”