Princeton Public Speaking is proud to offer a wide range of highly effective communication training options.

Communication Training Cross Cultural Communication Executive Presence Message Development Internal Communication Interview Preparation
Communication Training

Communication skills are crucial to professional success. At Princeton Public Speaking, we have helped executives and leaders around the world become more effective communicators. Communication training is not "one size fits all." Every person has unique skills and strengths, and our proven approach focuses on ensuring that your skills and strengths make you a more compelling, comfortable and persuasive speaker. Guaranteed.

Cross Cultural Communication

Communication transcends borders. Princeton Public Speaking can help you develop the kind of communication skills that you will need to prosper and achieve your goals in the 21st century, anywhere in the world. We have trained executives on every continent except Antarctica, and we plan to be there soon.

Executive Presence

Executive presence isn't necessarily something you "do"; it is an amalgamation of many, many different traits, characteristics, and it has everything to do with the way you communicate. Every executive has the capacity to have "presence." Princeton Public Speaking training will ensure that you differentiate yourself from the pack.

Message Development

"What you say" is ALWAYS as important as "how you say it." Most presentations have messages, and most of those messages are missed. Through the Princeton Public Speaking proven Message Matrix process™ process, your messages will always be memorable.

Internal Communication

Is your organization suffering from Death by PowerPoint? Are meetings just leading to more meetings? Are you one of the countless organizations losing millions of dollars in lost productivity due to inefficient communication?

We can help! Our proven processes will ensure your teams are more efficient and more profitable, pronto!

Interview Preparation

When interviewing, two terms describe the vast majority of those communicating – "unprepared" and "over-coached."

Unprepared is self-explanatory; over-coached refers to a person who is so scripted that there is no sincerity, and it is obvious to all. Our approach runs counter to that.

Effective preparation doesn't mean being scripted; it means being so prepared that you are able to think clearly and quickly.

Through our work together, you will be more prepared, more comfortable and more confident when preparing for interviews of every variety.