Public Dynamics

May 4, 2021 no comments Activingo Categories Public Speaking

One can gain many benefits of public speaking in a personal and professional setting. Public speaking allows one to increase your confidence, advance your career, improve communication, make new social connections, develop fluency and vocabulary, and help you drive change.

On Activingo, we now offer a one of a kind public speaking class with the great Milo Shapiro who offers classes in public speaking with a unique twist that allows his students to be the best speaker in any sense, whether it is speaking in front of a crowd, and conversing. Which will ultimately allow one to fully excel in professional and personal life.
In 2000, Milo left fifteen years in Information Technology to apply his then ten-year passion − improvisation − to business practices and professional development.

His training program, “TEAMprovising”, creates team connectedness, improved communication and boosted innovation for I.T. engineers at Sempra Energy, processing clerks at Computer Science Corporation, and nurses at HealthSouth.
As a member of the National Speakers Association, his interactive motivational speeches have delighted Southwest Airlines, Minolta, and General Dynamics. His customized “IMPROVfessionals” duo keynote show uses ten improv games to prove ten points on sales, management, teamwork, or other topics. Kodak, Pfizer, and Qualcomm have praised his creative methods.

In 2004, Milo launched the coaching side of his business “Public Dynamics. He has since worked with hundreds to move past the fear of speaking and come to relish speaking, through steps to being more “Prepared, Polished, and Powerful”. He is the author of both “Public Speaking: Get A’s, Not Zzzzzz’s!” and its Young Adult sequel “Public Speaking for TEENS: Get A’s, Not Zzzzzz’s!” which hit #2 on Amazon.

His speeches draw from stories in his third book, “The Worst Days Make The BEST Stories!” True life tales with a lesson in each. It’s been called “what ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’ might have sounded like if Jerry Seinfeld had written it.”
Milo is a San Diego based speaking coach but also works with clients worldwide via Zoom and travels as needed for his keynote programs and teambuilding to share his “seriously funny lessons”.

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