• Inspiring Keynotes. Laugh while you learn!
  • Insightful Coaching. I start by listening.
  • Interactive Workshops. Let's move your teams to action.

YOUR AUDIENCES. YOUR TEAMS. YOU.

Client Logos - Carol LempertAhhh, you made it. Your clicks through cyberspace whisked you here. Which means you are either a friend of my Mother wondering how I turned out—or, you are looking for:

  • a speaker that will get your audiences laughing—while they learn
  • a workshop that keeps people engaged—plus teaches essential business and leadership skills
  • an executive coach who understands situations and limits—and still push you to be your best.

You’ve come to the right place!

An expert in performance: From the stage to the boardroom

I started my career as an actress and playwright. I now share the skills I honed on Broadway & in Hollywood with business executives. Clients have found my approach to be: “…original, engaging and insightful.

Learn to:

– pitch your ideas to your boss and clients – in other words, how to ‘audition’
– craft a compelling script (PowerPoint) that captures the head, heart and guts of your audience
– increase executive presence. Implement techniques actors use to have great stage presence
– overcome stage fright and performance anxiety
– understand human behavior (your boss or client) by analyzing a character
– handle tough Q&A – in other words, improvise!

Helping clients for over 20 years

I believe that Communication, Performance, Presence and Leadership are intrinsically linked. For 20+ years I’ve partnered with organizations and executives of all kinds – from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies – to help them tell their stories, inspire their employees and get better buy-in to their ideas.

Let’s talk about how I can help you too.

THE BLOG: TIPS & TID BITS

AN EXPERT IN PERFORMANCE! Helping Executives look good on camera. 

IT’S A BALANCING ACT. ESPECIALLY FOR WOMEN

Work/Life balance isn’t the only balance that women in business need to balance. Showing up with strong Executive Presence requires a distinctive kind of balancing and it can be a tightrope. On the one side is the risk of appearing “too feminine” (which can undermine our credibility) and on the other is the danger of acting “too masculine” (which can cause some male colleagues to think we are being… MORE

HOW TO ASK FOR A RAISE

In the same way that many of us will pay $1.95 for a Grande Blonde Roast at Starbucks when you can get a perfectly good cup of coffee at the local diner for 50¢, people and companies pay for value.  To find out how your current value / salary compares to industry standards visit… MORE

WALK YOUR TALK: THE BENEFITS OF A WALKING MEETING

When I was a kid the scariest place to be told to go was… the Principal’s office. The nasally voice of our school secretary would blast over the intercom and unaware, someone would be summoned: “Carol Lempert please report to Mr. Storman’s office. Carol Lempert to Mr. Storman’s office.” Uh oh. Big Trouble… MORE

EVEN STARS GET STAGE FRIGHT

Many of my clients are comforted to learn that even Stars get stage fright. One technique I’ve found very effective is… MORE