The Public Speaker helps you to inform, motivate, entertain and persuade better. Join host and creator Lisa B. Marshall for short, practical tips that help you to be engaging and memorable every time you speak.
Even in today’s world of technology, person-to-person oral communication is the most effective and efficient way to share ideas. It’s the way we manage conflict, it’s the way we build our professional networks, it's the way we interview … it’s the way we get things done!
Effective speaking skills help you get noticed, advance in your field, and earn more money. Listen weekly to The Public Speaker’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Improving Your Communication Skills.
About the Host
Communication expert, Lisa B. Marshall has been featured in diverse media from CBS Money Watch, to Ragan.com, to Woman's Day, to Cosmopolitan.
Most people know Lisa from the podcast. It has earned >9 million downloads since debuting in 2008. The show has remained an iTunes top 3 podcast in the careers category for over three years and was nominated as a top five podcast in 2009 and 2010.
However, working together with organizations and individuals is what Lisa loves most (and is her primary business). For example, she's helped organizations build stronger teams, manage conflict, create stronger, more effective messages, and deliver better presentations. In addition, she's coached many senior leaders one-on-one to develop stronger executive communication skills.
Lisa has written several courses, books, and publications including:
* Smart Talk: ebook, audio, and print (2013)
* Communication Success: weekly publication for Hewlett-Packard eprint center
* Quick and Dirty Tips to Life After College: ebook (2012)
* Ace Your Interview: ebook and audiobook (2009)
* Expert Presenter: a multi-media web-based public speaking course (2008)
Clients include Johns Hopkins Medicine, Harvard University, NY Academy of Science, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, University of Pennsylvania, Genentech, and Roche among many others.
She holds a masters with duel degrees in interpersonal/intercultural communication and organizational communication.
At home, you're likely to find her singing with gusto, practicing Spanish, swimming, taking pictures, and spending time with her husband, identical twin daughters, and extended family!
Passionate. Authentic. Practical. Interactive. Fun. Expert.Visit www.lisabmarshall.com or www.linkedin.com/in/lisabmarshall to learn more.
What Others Are Saying
"Lisa'a book, Smart Talk, teaches you to unleash the enchanting person inside you. It will help you end clumsy conversations, pitiful persuasion, and impotent influence." -Guy Kawasaki, bestselling author and Apple evangelist
"I have been using Lisa B Marshalls podcasts since I first discovered them in 2009 and have nothing but praise for her skills and her enthusiasm. Her podcasts supported my career development in an inspirational way and I am still hooked! New podcasts are fresh and motivational, old ones are like reading a familiar book - useful and sometimes surprising. I recommend her to friends and colleagues all the time and have great feedback from everyone who hears her."- Bernie Mayall
Lisa offers advice that is practical and down-to-earth with broad applicability. I would recommend her to any individual who seeks to improve his or her communication skills to a level of the true professional. - Margaret (Molly) DiBianca Attorney at Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP
“Lisa is a dynamic speaker and someone the audience easily relates to. Her talks are extremely well-focused and full of useful content, and are very helpful in addressing these difficult areas.”
“Entertaining and very informative! I appreciate her passion!”
“She is very personable and easy to work with, which makes the goals of her work easily attainable. “
“Lisa’s course was eye-opening, she was able to engage even the toughest critics in our group.”
“Her presentation was good entertainment in addition to an excellent resource.”
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