Practice what you learn with interactive exercises, which can be completed in your web browser or VR headset. Take these exercises as part of our courses or standalone.
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Narrated tour exploring common media situations, from TV interviews to press conferences.
Practice how to deliver successful video-conferencing presentations on Zoom, WebEx, Teams, and more.
Practice thinking on your feet by talking about a wide range of random images.
Practice pitching yourself, your company, or your product in two different elevator scenes.
A variety of listening exercises, including the Goldilocks exercise and a conference call.
Experience bullying, embezzlement, sexual harassment, misappropriation of funds, and taking credit.
Practice answering interview questions that have been asked at Google, P&G, Deloitte, and more.
Practice delivering a training program to different audiences and venues. Get feedback on your performance.
Practice saying 'no' to your customer or boss using methods described by the psychologist Trevor Powell.
Experience being ambushed by the media in a hotel lobby and practice answering hostile questions.
Improve your eye contact and review your performance with gamification and heatmaps.
Interactive activities to get you considering alternative perspectives to situations.
Practice your networking skills and build stronger connections with people at two events.
Practice concise and effective communication while answering interview questions.
A strength training workout to warm up your voice and develop your pitch, pace, pause, and projection.
Practice answering interview questions in a BBC-styled TV studio. Learn what to say under pressure.
Practice reading a transcript aloud at different paces to better understand how different speeds sound.
Experience common sexual harassment situations from a first-person perspective.
Measure how long it will take to deliver your speech or presentation, based on the word count.
Review a variety of feedback examples to better understand how to give effective feedback.
Practice your storytelling by talking about a given topic and incorporating new words as you go.