Welcome to my project portfolio. After years of developing stories, Web sites, videos, audio tapes, and more, I thought it might be a good idea to make some of them available online. There are only a few examples here, but they are fairly representative of what I have been doing over the past few years.

Contact me at shermism@storyinsights.com if you have any questions or would like to know more about these samples.


Teaching in College: TA edition

Learning to teach and teaching to learn

The Game

The Jones Lang Lasalle path to success

Leading in a Global World

Thinking globally

Distribution and Data

What are the odds that Kellogg students will prevail?

Where’s the Value in Evaluation?

How to know whether the job’s being done right

Team Leader Coaching Tools and Techniques

Team-building and effective coaching go hand in hand

Reality Television: Cable and Broadcast

Provides business consultants with a broad overview of television production

Good to Great

Zero tolerance for mediocre customer service

Seeing How the Details Translate into Safety and Service

Metrics matter

Marketing Management Leadership Workshop

The skills that click for consultants

Ethics in Our Workplace

The difference between can and should

Disaster Volunteer Self-Care

Disaster response doesn’t “just happen”

Connect and Teach with Play

Families can be fun!

The Keys to Leadership: From Teed Off to Tuned In

What makes a successful leader?

The Bride and the Ironman

Unraveling a complex and nuanced situation

The Forgotten Half of Change

The only constant . . .

Consulting Skills Case Study

Communicating with your team and with your clients

Achieving POS Best Practices

The price has to be right

Forum Sales Negotiations Scenario

Sealing the deal . . . smoothly

CHRISP: Making the Most of It

All about CHRISP (Common Human Resources Information System Programme)



    Although I don’t do many voices that I like, I do like my “cheesy TV salesperson” voice that I did for a client who wanted a game show host sound for this ethical game.