Confidence building, tailor-made and practical seminars for your staff and senior people, are Rachel Green's forte.
She is the founder of Confident Woman Australia, an award-winning communication specialist, and author of nine books and CD sets, including the nationally acclaimed "Not being upset by difficult people
" and "Be a winner at dinner
: Chat and network with confidence and skill".
In 2007/08 she conducted a significant project on self-confidence and self-esteem for Australian women and recorded 14 women for it. She's since released these recordings on three CD sets : "Confidence for women in social situations", "Confidence for women in public speaking", and "Confidence for women at work."
Rachel has tertiary level qualifications in psychology, speech pathology, adult education and the Feldenkrais Method, and has been a successful business-woman for over 20 years.
She has extensive experience training people in confident presentations and for five years worked at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) coaching leading TV and radio presenters across Australia.
She's also been a voluntary counsellor on a crisis line, been a university academic and worked in the health care sector. She's been meditating since 1987, has completed a course in mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MBCT), is an accredited user of the MBTI 16 personality types profile, and the GENOS Emotional Intelligence assessments. She's currently training in the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).
You can have confidence in her confidence building techniques.
How to book in and attend a webinar. An easy, three-stage process.
You book in and pay on the Confident-Woman/RachelGreen.Com
Once you have paid you are sent a link to register for the webinar with Gotowebinars. They are the company we employ to run the webinar software for us. Once you have registered with them they send you another link that allows you personal access to the webinar on the day. It is specific to you on your computer. It will look something like this:
On the day
To attend on the day click the link Gotowebinars has sent you and the opening of the webinar will appear on your screen. It is easy! (Just make sure your link is on the same computer you will be attending the webinar on.)
We recommend you log in via the link 10 minutes before the start time to allow you the opportunity to check your equipment. It also means we can check we can hear you through your microphone if you want to ask questions.
Please make sure you put the correct time in your diary
. The time we give is Perth time, Western Australia. Please take into account daylight saving when calculating your own time. When you register for the webinar with GoToWebinars they allow you to change the time zone to match your own. Gotowebinars will send you a reminder notice before the event starts. This means your reminder will show the time in your own time zone.
What equipment will you need?
An Internet connection.
A fast reliable broadband connection is best. It may be possible through dial-up but may not be very good, and we don't recommend it.
If you don’t have a broadband connection and you are in a rural area in Australia Telstra does sell prepaid wireless broadband devices on the Next G network. This gives the best coverage in rural areas and I carry one with me to use in rural areas. However, please check before purchasing as they do cost quite a bit. (The device is between $99 - $149 Australian in my experience, but can be used over and over again, so once purchased all you have to do is pay for the calls.)
Alternatively, if you are in Western Australia you may find your local Telecentre has all the equipment you need: Click here
Other states and countries may have similar systems.
Required: Windows® 2000, XP Home, XP Pro, 2003 Server, Vista
Required: Mac OS® X 10.4 (Tiger®) or newer
Audio quality can vary based on your audio software/hardware manufacturer as well as your operating system.
You do need to be able to hear the presenter during the webinar.
- You will get the best sound if you wear headphones. You will also need these if other people around you will be affected by the sounds on your computer or if you are in a noisy environment.
- However, we have listened to other webinars successfully through the loud-speakers in our computers. Your choice. Go for the best quality you can.
- The equipment you need will also depend on the level of involvement you want in the webinar. You only need a microphone if you want to ask questions live-to-air so that all participants hear you during the webinar.
- The best quality audio system, in our experience, is a headset with a built-in microphone plugged into your computer
- You do not need a video camera/webcam. No one will see you during the webinar.