ANYONE can become a great communicator.
Most people have never been taught. Let us show you how.
Public Speaking Classes, Corporate Training, Personal Coaching, and Keynote Speaking
Why people call us
Why we do it
What drives us to make great speakers?
To make YOU better
To give you a boost
To impact your world
To change the world
Thousands of individuals and organizations have changed their communication with us through our public speaking classes, workshops, training, coaching, and keynote presentations. Won’t you be next?
What we say
You can speak with Confidence, Power, and Ease!
Whether it’s making a sales presentation to close that deal, giving an effective powerpoint presentation, motivating your employees, or delivering that career-changing keynote speech, it’s all riding on your communication skills. It’s no longer a luxury to have effective speaking skills, it is essential. Effective communicators provide an enjoyable and memorable experience for the listener, eliminate distracting verbal and non-verbal content, and deliver clear messages that demand action. Few of us naturally possess the skills, passion, and discipline to transmit our ideas with such clarity, charisma, and power. But with training and practice, virtually anyone can become such a communicator. Get started with our public speaking classes, training, coaching, and keynotes.
You have what it takes. We can show you how!
Our public speaking classes, training, coaching, and keynotes will show you how to:
- Deliver your speech like a pro
- Engage your audience
- Become an effective, persuasive speaker
- Learn to enjoy public speaking
- Deliver powerful content
- Make presentations with ease
- Apply the power of storytelling
- Motivate your employees
- Use visuals (like PowerPoint) effectively
- Connect with your audience
- Gain confidence
- Answer tough questions
What our customers say
from the blog
Much of what I find myself doing as a speech coach is falling more into the mentorship category than the instructing category. I recently got an idea from a client. He had called to discuss hiring me to speak to his staff, something I’ve done several times for his...
For an audience to remember a speaker for the wrong reasons is a failure on the speaker's part. It can go one of two ways. One great; one… not-so-great. It begins with someone who appears to be a total stranger approaching you and opening conversation with, “I saw you...
We just passed a milestone anniversary here at MillsWyck Communications. It was just over ten years ago that I said goodbye to my corporate job at (what was then) America’s Best Place to Work and the steady paycheck to become a public speaking trainer. I was...