Public Speaking Programs

Our unique public speaking programs, seminars, and workshops help participants to:

  • Boost performance.
  • Eliminate public speaking fear.
  • Present with confidence and skill.
  • Influence others.
  • And more…

Click on the following list of public speaking programs for quick summaries.

No Sweat Speaking™—How to Eliminate Public Speaking Fear, Presentation Anxiety, Stage Fright, and Other Performance Blocks Rapidly

We work with a group of volunteers from your audience, and to everyone’s amazement, they will substantially reduce or eliminate their speaking fear, performance anxiety, stage fright, and nervousness in minutes…and we’ll teach the whole audience how they can do it!

Your attendees will take away a powerful, easy to use technique for a variety of stress-producing situations. They’ll be buzzing about this program for weeks.

Great for managers, sales and marketing professionals, and other business professionals who must give presentations and influence others.

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The Ten Biggest Public Speaking Mistakes and How to Avoid Them!

All the preparation in the world can’t make up for unconscious incompetence. In other words, if you don’t know that you don’t know, you’re doomed to repeat the same mistakes over and over again. And that’s what often happens to presenters. They make those disastrous mistakes that spell…

F-a-i-l-u-r-e!

This informative, humorous program is for you if your group needs to know how to…

  • Present with polish
  • Look competent and professional
  • Not make those speaking mistakes that can cause them to blow the sale, look powerless, or diminish their influence.

Great for managers, sales and marketing professionals, and other business professionals who must present with credibility and influence.

Communicate with Laughter!—How to Use Humor in Presentations

Humor in presentations is like herbs and spices on a salad. When you add the right blend of herbs and spices, you turn an ordinary salad into a gourmet’s delight. Sprinkling humor throughout your presentation turns a dull speech into a standing ovation.

In this funny, informative program, your group will learn how to use humor throughout their presentations to keep an audience’s attention and be memorable.

Great for managers, sales and marketing professionals, technical professionals, and other business professionals who must give presentations and stand out from the crowd.

Speech Etiquette—Tested Secrets for Success with Audiences

Ever wonder why some presenters can connect with an audience and come off looking professional while others fall flat on their face? That’s because…Polished speakers understand and use speech etiquette to their advantage.

This program will introduce to your group time-tested strategies that hit home with audiences and result in successful presentations.

Great for managers, sales and marketing professionals, and other business professionals who must give presentations.

Speak with Confidence!

Confident presenters are rare, because unconfident speakers focus on issues that create fear and nervousness, which inhibit successful performance, sharpen their focus on unproductive presentation behaviors, and feed their fears.

In this informative program, your group will learn “how to” proven strategies that lead to confident speaking…

  • How to prepare for a presentation
  • How to organize a presentation
  • How to practice
  • How to learn a presentation
  • How to reduce nervousness and more.

Great for managers, sales and marketing professionals, and other business professionals who must give presentations.

Stealth Communication™—The Language of Rapport and Influence

Like a Stealth Fighter, Stealth Communication™ is invisible, silent, fast-acting, and hits its target with great success. The target—the subconscious mind.

The subconscious mind controls most behavior, including rapport. The basis of all influence is rapport. Without rapport, it’s difficult to have influential relations with your boss, coworkers, employees, prospects, and acquaintances.

So the most effective way to communicate with others is subconsciously. Yet most people try to influence others at the conscious level, often without success.

In this interactive program, your group will learn techniques on how to “talk” to another’s subconscious to achieve rapport and influence instantly and consistently. Your audience will leave the program with valuable communication tools to be more influential.

Great for managers, sales and marketing professionals, and other business professionals who must communicate for influence.

Manage with Humor!—How to Use Humor in the Workplace to Reduce Stress and Be More Effective

Having F-U-N at work means making the workplace a pleasurable environment. This interactive and funny program will leave your attendees with techniques to foster a “humor consciousness” and…

communicate and manage their activities with humor to create a pleasurable, productive, less-stressful work environment.

Perfect change-of-pace program for your meeting or conference. Great for manager or non-manager audiences.

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