Ariela Morgenstern coaches professionals how to connect to and inspire their audience by giving vibrant presentations with ease.
I am passionate about helping people give authentic, vibrant, and impactful presentations. I specialize in story-driven, Ted-like talks and will make sure your audience is engaged, and driven to action.
In my coaching we will use:
Straightforward, no-nonsense techniques to get you comfortable with your talk and clear with your message.
Specific rehearsal methods to get you comfortable and ready for your presentation or when the opportunity arises.
Vocal technique fundamentals & tools of the Actor to find your most powerful and natural voice and presence.
Most importantly, you will become more mindful of your communications style on or off the stage, and will connect with your most comfortable, powerful voice and presence....and have fun while you're at it.
For more information please leave your contact information below and we will set up a phone consultation.
ABOUT ARIELA MORGENSTERN
Ariela Morgenstern is an educator, business coach, and actor. She is a certified executive coach with the Berkeley Executive Coaching Institute at the Haas School of Business, and has a private presentation coaching practice in San Francisco.
She teaches Leadership Communications at the Haas School of Business, as well as improv for MBA students at UC Davis, and Storytelling for Leadership with Arina Isaacson and BECI for companies all around the Bay Area.
Ariela is also an award-winning singer and has spent the last nine years in the professional theatre world in New York, performing in musicals in the city and across the country. She has sung as the soloist for Imant Raminsh’s Symphony of Psalms at Carnegie Hall, and was most recently seen in the new musical The Names We Gave Him at The Public Theatre, and playing Diana in Next To Normal at Baltimore Center Stage.
She holds a Bachelor of Music in Opera Performance and Theatre from U.C. Santa Cruz, and is passionate about using vocal technique and the tools of the actor as a bridge to the business world to enable anyone to be more authentically present and vibrant.