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Jayne Constantinis MPRCA

About Jayne

Jayne is one of the most sought-after trainers in the business, whether she’s delivering one-to-one speaker coaching for a CEO or celebrity athlete; preparing lawyers for a webinar; helping pitch teams to win, equipping people to be more confident and skilful networkers, or empowering individuals to grow their confidence/gravitas/personal impact.

Jayne’s training draws on a unique mix of experience and expertise. She’s a TEDx speaker; she’s been a live continuity announcer on BBC television; a finance/business reporter/news reader on BBC World television; she fronts corporate programmes for blue chip companies; facilitates large and complex live events, and has written for newspapers and magazines. She started her working life in corporate and financial PR and spent several years in-house, managing a law firm’s corporate communications.

Her BBC Television series on Mexico was nominated for a BAFTA; voice-over credits include Sony and Channel 4 and she has written for Conde Nast Traveller and Good Housekeeping. She learned journalism at the LCP, has an acting diploma from the Royal Academy of Music and a Modern Languages degree from Cambridge.

What makes Jayne’s training particularly valuable is that she continues to work regularly as a voice over artist, presenter and corporate Comms consultant, alongside her training work. Add to that Jayne’s exceptional people skills and you’ll see why clients find her to be “inspirational”, “invaluable”, “empathetic” and “effective”.

Here is the link to Jayne's recent TEDx talk:

Training Theory

Jayne’s courses are for anyone who wants to improve their communication/presentation skills, and learn the techniques to be able to perform to their very best ability (even those who are not naturally gifted). Unusually, rather than offering a one-size-fits-all approach, Jayne’s courses focus on the individual strengths and weaknesses of the participants and are tailored precisely to their objectives, whether they are looking for guidance for themselves or so that they can better support their spokespeople. The aim is to give them the confidence to be in control of media/presentation situations. These might include radio, TV, print/online interviews; conferences; webinars; panel discussions; Q&As; new business pitches.


Jayne’s sessions take the form of hands-on, interactive workshops built around realistic exercises; her approach is highly practical, based on 25 years in front of a camera, a microphone, an audience and, recently, a laptop screen. Because effective communication is a skill (rather than a gift), Jayne gives attendees a range of techniques, strategies and ideas which lead to immediate improvements. And all of this in a lively, constructive and supportive atmosphere with some fun along the way. While each course has a particular focus, there are topics which are covered in all sessions, including:

  • Efficient preparation
  • Message planning 
  • Structuring content for maximum impact
  • Using memorable language
  • Developing a personal ‘brand’
  • Confidence – dispel the myths
  • Rehearsal techniques
  • Performance tips
  • Dealing with nerves
  • Being in control
  • Dealing with challenge

Post course support
Jayne provides an 18-month programme of post-training support to all attendees, to encourage their on-going engagement and commitment. This involves email communication to check on progress; sharing examples (articles, clips) of good/bad practice, and a series of 10 podcasts, sent at 6-weekly intervals. Attendees are thus able to consolidate and develop what was learned in the training room.