It's not how strongly you feel about your topic, it's how strongly they feel about your topic after you speak.

Tim Salladay

Public Speaking

Public speaking is well known to invoke more fear than facing death. However, the ability to address groups of any size with confidence, clarity and poise remains critical to the capacity to lead and motivate. As more channels for electronic communication develop, we can become less adept at cultivating and maintaining the person-to-person human contact and relationships so essential to all aspects of living and working together.


  • Build confidence and comfort
  • Capture and maintain audience interest
  • Create and organize information
  • Enhance leadership skills and impacts
  • Gain an edge in business and career
  • Refine other communication skills: listening, reading, writing
  • Develop tact and diplomacy
  • Become memorable