Public Speaking

There’s more to delivering an effective presentation than mere words. Your public speaking and presentation skills training program shows you how to sharpen performance while magnetizing your message.

That means more opportunity to achieve your organizational goals while advancing your career.

Today’s executives deliver speeches, participate in panel discussions, lead internal meetings, and more. Whatever the format, a customized presentation skills workshop shows you how to:

  • Reduce anxiety—The unchallenged number one enemy of good public speakers.
  • Make nervousness your ally—Channel that nervousness and make it work to your benefit.
  • Deliver memorable presentations—Utilize quotable quotes that will make you the talk of your meeting.
  • Discover how to “work the room”—Find friends in any audience, even among a crowd of strangers.

Your program offers plenty of opportunity to rehearse and to internalize your messages. Your performance is captured on video by our professional videographer, with each round followed by an on-the spot critique designed to quickly sharpen your strengths and bolster your challenges over the long run.

How Can You Start Working with Ed?

Ed typically consults on long- and short-term communications strategy and training projects with senior executives at Fortune 1000 and Inc. 500 corporations, large associations, and public affairs and public relations agencies.

Before committing your time and budget, why not register below for your free Test Drive? This 20-minute telephone consultation gives you a clearer idea of whether Ed is a good fit for your needs while also giving you a better sense of our overall consulting capabilities, potential availability, and budget required to accomplish your objectives.

You’ll receive a complimentary copy of The Truth About Public Speaking: The Three Keys to Great Presentations, upon completion of your Test Drive.

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