Larry Gilman has been leading the MASTERY Workshops in Vancouver since 1982. He has helped many people approach their vulnerability, overcome blocks to creativity, and own their power, allowing participants to create what is most important for them in their lives.
Larry’s full time work is with Fortune 500 companies and startups, as a communication consultant with CommCore Inc. He has 27 years of experience and has led over 800 workshops for more than 10,000 people.
Larry has extensive experience with hospitals, managed care providers, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. He also has experience in the technology, telecommunications, public relations, public affairs, venture capital and entertainment sectors.
In finance, Larry has prepared clients (CEOs and senior management) for IPOs, media and analyst/investor presentations. Some of his clients include the US Government, General Motors, AT&T, Sprint, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, eBay, Qualcomm, Coca-Cola, Nokia, Chiron Pharmaceuticals, UPS, Zurich, and numerous federal agencies.
Larry counsels clients during product launches, transitions, and other critical milestones. He works with clients by helping them develop compelling messages for a wide range of internal and external presentations and media interviews.
He has also worked with speakers for The End Hunger Project, Toastmasters, Context Training, and has worked with a variety of celebrities.
Larry has vast experience in media both in front of and behind the camera, as an actor and an award-winning director. Larry has appeared in Broadway and off-Broadway productions, as well as numerous television TV programs and feature films.
Larry is a member of The Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. He is a founding member of The Actors Institute in Los Angeles.
Larry also runs Homeward Productions, a production company, committed to producing works of art in theatre, education, television and film. Its goal is to encourage individuals to get involved, expand, and uplift their humanity while passing this time on earth.