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Phoenix Public Speaking
12390 W. Heatherbrae Drive
Avondale, Arizona 85392 United States
Paul works with business professionals who are going places and don’t want public speaking to hold them back. He gives them 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 internal communication on Amazon.
Paul is accredited by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and he is a member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) of Arizona.
From the member's website:
Every speech and every business presentation should be built upon a solid structure to keep you on point and on time, and to help the audience make sense of what you’re talking about. Every speech and every presentation should have three main parts: a beginning, a middle, and an end. In public speaking, we often More…
Metaphors and analogies are a powerful way for a public speaker or business presenter to communicate complex concepts to their audiences. Metaphorical language can increase understanding, make concepts more relatable, and cast concepts in a new or better light. But perhaps the most powerful aspect of metaphorical language is its ability to evoke strong emotions. More…
By Paul Barton Throughout my career, I’ve occasionally encountered a business professional who had one particular word that they consistently mispronounced. These were intelligent people who otherwise were well-spoken. But one troublesome word that they consistently mispronounced was undermining their entire message. I could see the pained looks of disapproval on the faces of others More…
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PBarton - Updated: January 17, 2020