Leslie Ungar, The Inner Brilliance of Electric Impulse, Inc.

Video and You Workshops

Video & YouVideo #1 Febuary 9 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Video #2: April 4 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Video #3: June 27 from 7:30 am – 9:30 am
Video #4: July 6 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Video #5: October 24 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Video #6: December 7 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Itinerary

15 minutes: Registration, Eat, Meet, Greet
Remainder: Hands On Workshop and Videotaping

You will have the choice to recite a paragraph of a famous speech, be a TV guest, or conduct a job interview. We will Video and immediately play back what we recorded. I will make suggestions, audience members may have comments and suggestions, and then we will Video the volunteer again. Because this is a special edition and professional videotaping is involved, there will be a fee for this session. You may attend repeatedly!

Process: How this session works

  • Seating is limited to eight. so that everyone will have the opportunity to be Recorded and learn in real time
  • We need to have eight paid participants in order for this session to take place
  • The fee for the video session is due one week before
  • The cost of this session would be more than 10x this cost if you had a private session

Results: What you get from this session

  • The value of seeing yourself the way others see you
  • The value of immediate correction and improvement
  • Ability to learn by both doing and observing
  • Expertise of professionals: Instruction from Professional Communication Expert and Use of Professional Videographer

“The video session provided me with a unique opportunity to view myself during an interview. It was like watching a video of my golf swing. Both of them showed mistakes that I would never have seen otherwise. Thank you for the help.”
— Adam Maimone
Owner AM Electric
“My Video & You session gave me the rare opportunity to see myself as the world sees me. The honesty of video tape illuminated both my strengths and weaknesses as a presenter. Leslie’s helpful comments have stayed with me to this day.”
— Jan Elder
CHAMPS
“The video session I attended in 2012 was an excellent experience. There is nothing like actually seeing how you behave in front of the camera / as others see you. The arrangement, with a group of similarly inexperienced but open peers, created an insightful and truly memorable experience due to the honest feedback. My key takeaway: EVERY encounter is an opportunity for learning and for telling your story. Join a session and you will understand what I mean.”
— Greg Wurgler
Asia at Electrical Components International