How To MakeA Speech
Dream. Draft. Deliver!
6 WEEK ONLINE COURSE
- Are you ready to give a speech or present to your team or organization?
- Is it time to share your idea, philosophy or product with the world?
How To Make A Speech is the perfect place to start.
Speakers have the power to inspire and influence, but many struggle with how to start, what to say and how to say it with maximum impact.
In her step by step strategic and creative training, Barrie Barton, expert speaking coach, guides leaders and developing or seasoned speakers from “throw it together” to “stand and deliver” speeches. The result: a speech that captures your most compelling and convincing message.
About the Program
5 ONLINE SESSIONS + 1 PRIVATE SESSION
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Composing a remarkable speech, keynote, or company presentation requires vision, strategy, and a creative mindset. As a business leader or speaker you have a unique perspective, fresh ideas, experience, and expertise, and a message worth sharing. You know it’s your time, your turn to share, monetize your expertise into a TEDx talk, or keynote speech, or motivate your organization or business team.Let’s dream it, draft it and deliver it. Let's get started!
Barrie's step-by-step training guides you through 5 group-zoom sessions + one private-session. This course provides hands-on activities, creative methods to capture your compelling messages, and a strategic plan to design and shape a speech.
Our main focus is CONTENT. If you are ready to go from idea to impact...this interactive speaking training is for you!
- A step-by-step system to develop a speech, pitch, or presentation
- 5 key approaches to generate content
- Best practices to integrate personal stories for maximum impact
- Steps to shape your speech for organization and flow
- Insights and instruction to clarify the most vital elements of a speech
- Strategic questions to guide and build a speech foundation
About Barrie Barton
Barrie Barton is dedicated to the art and strategy of personal and professional communication and presentation. She founded the coaching and facilitation company Stand and Deliver in Asheville, NC, in 2015, and has helped hundreds of businesspeople, architects, and engineers, artists, and thought leaders learn to communicate their ideas with clarity and passion.
Barrie is the Director of TEDx Asheville. She also teaches public speaking at UNC Asheville, and published How to Make a Speech.
Barrie holds a BA in Dance from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Master of Arts Education from Vermont College.
Crafting a remarkable speech, keynote address, or company presentation requires vision, creativity, and a strategic mindset. Having a coach, accountability partners, and goals ensures your speech will come to the stage polished, powerful and truly effective.~ Barrie
“Barrie helped me prepare for my TEDx talk. I have no idea how I would’ve done it without her even though I have speaking experience. She helped clarify my ideas and organization, create better transitions, and she taught me how to remember my talk and be more confident on stage. If you want to be a better speaker, create better content, play a bigger game and have fun while doing it, hire Barrie.”
- JEN ALY
“You really helped get me "to the points" of my talk -- getting me arrow-focused. I tend to get overwhelmed/immersed in details/research and have trouble with outlining it and boiling it down.”
Speaker’s Learning Lab client 2018
“The speech was a massive hit. Over 1,300 people and probably 200 people came up to me during the conference and told me how much they enjoyed it. Also, probably getting a gig in Hawaii because of it. Couldn't have done it without you! Thanks so much!”
- BRENT DARNELL
Emotional Intelligence Coach Individual Coaching
“Barrie helped me turn my speech from boring to brilliant! She has a wonderful way of capturing my essence and plugging it into my flat, science-based speech. Barrie taught me how to shine brightly when presenting my research. I am truly grateful for all that I learned in her Speaker’s Lab course!”
- BRENT DARNELL