Phoenix Public Speaking
12390 W. Heatherbrae Drive
Avondale, Arizona 85392 United States
Paul Barton works with business professionals who are going places and don’t want public speaking to hold them back. Through presentations, 1-on-1 coaching and online courses, Paul gives audiences the confidence to speak up and the skills to stand out so that they can command a room anywhere, anytime.
Paul’s presentations are known for their thought-provoking strategies and immediately actionable tips.
With a long history in the corporate world, Paul knows exactly what it takes to make a great business presentation. Before launching his own company, Paul had a successful 20-year career leading communication teams at six fast-growing Fortune 500 corporations including APS, Phelps Dodge Mining Company, America West Airlines, PetSmart, Hawaiian Airlines, and Avnet. Those experiences led him to write what is now the No. 1 book on employee communications on Amazon.
Paul is accredited by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and he is a professional member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) of Arizona.
From the member's website:
Can public speaking be fun? How can you conquer public speaking fear? Should you use a green screen when presenting on Zoom? What role does storytelling play in public speaking? What are common mistakes to avoid? These and other questions are answered in the lively podcast interview I did with Book Marketing Mentors recently. Book More…
Did I choose public speaking coaching as a career or did it choose me? Here’s the story of how I went from a 20-year career in corporate communications to became a public speaking and business presentation skills coach. The post Why I Coach Public Speaking appeared first on Phoenix Public Speaking More…
Here’s the fastest way to become an expert on any topic that you need to speak on – research. Yes, solid research can give an immediate boost to the credibility of your business presentation or persuasive speech. Pick credible sources for your research and be wary of advocacy groups that have a clear bias. My More…
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PBarton - Updated: July 16, 2020