What are Interactive Keynotes?
An Interactive Keynote is a powerful training session that blends information sharing, learning activities and personal reflection. Our interactive keynotes boost business communication skills and improve teamwork. They are designed for large groups and deliver long lasting results due to the practice and skill-based format.

  • Do you need an engaging speaker for an upcoming event?
  • Do you want to grow communication within your organization?
  • Are you trying to overcome roadblocks to good communication?

Our Interactive Keynotes are designed to assist you in all these areas. Our facilitators bring an expert knowledge of communication practices, business dynamics and human psychology to all their speaking events. They also bring a tool kit of practical skills that help professionals improve their emotional intelligence and communication impact. From understanding what listeners want, to making clear requests, to using active appreciation skills, our communication keynotes deliver. Over the past decade, we have presented at corporate conferences, national conventions, and annual meetings for clients in government, Fortune 500 Firms, and international associations.

How Do Interactive Keynotes Work?
We start with a needs assessment to learn more about the communication challenges your organization faces. Then we tailor all our interactive keynote sessions to suit your group’s needs. We can include modules on conflict resolution, behavioral styles, communication patterns, listening skills, making requests, coaching others or basic presentation skills. Together with our clients we determine the length of the session and the priority topics for delivery. If you prefer you can select one of the popular topics listed below if it suits your group. Whether you need an interactive keynote session on preventing conflict, boosting team communication, solving personality conflicts or how to get to the point in business communications, we can help. Please contact us to discuss our interactive keynote sessions.

What Topics Do You Address?

Where Do You Deliver Keynotes?

  • Your company office
  • At a conference session
  • A meeting room
  • An Association meeting
  • Anywhere you like

How Long Is An Interactive Keynote?
Sessions can run as long as One Full Day or can be scheduled for shorter intervals such as 2 Hours or 3 Hours. Due to the interactive nature of our keynotes, the longer sessions give more time for participants to practice new skills they can take back to the workplace.

How Do We Go About Organizing An Interactive Keynote?

  • Contact us at 1-800-501-1245 to ask about an Interactive Keynote for your group
Contact us for Presentation Training Solutions
Contact us for Presentation Training Solutions

Contact The Presentation Training Institute at 1-800-501-1245 for Presentation Training Courses and Business Presentation Solutions. Ask us about the onsite presentation skills training course, executive presentation coaching, or an open enrollment presentation training seminar in your city. You can talk to us about coming to your organization to deliver onsite public speaking training courses to boost sales presentation skills. Consider hosting an Interactive Keynote that builds business presentation skills, executive presentation skills or sales presentation skills for your workforce. We regularly deliver public speaking training courses to clients in your city - whether that's Anchorage, Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver or Washington DC. You can trust us to bring the experience and expertise to deliver high quality presentation training seminars that suit your company and industry needs. Call us at 1-800-501-1245 to learn more about all our presentation training courses and executive presentation coaching today.

  • International Coach Federation
  • The Coaches Training Institute
  • The National Speakers Association