Speakership is leadership.
I believe there are prime opportunities for leading, connecting, and growing in spoken words.
The act of crafting pitches, presenting new ideas, and speaking to audiences of any size is an opportunity for the speaker to lead the audience to a unique place.
What is your message? Why is it important to you? What results are you seeking? How would you like to impact the listeners?
I support all stages of your speaking process, from finding your best idea, through shaping content, to a calm and confident delivery.
I will be the pusher, the rigorous story shaper, and steadfast supporter to your speaking project.
Join me in exploring how to lead with your speaking.
About Margaret Watts Romney
Margaret believes in person speaking provides prime opportunities for connection, learning, influence, leadership, and growth. She sees a that we are wired for live connection, and wants to help prepare people for the speaking opportunities that will come their way whether from the stage, conference room, dinner party, or an important conversation.
Her early professional life centered around all things related to the cello: performing, teaching, arranging, and directing events. After 10 years of study with master teachers in Suzuki philosophy, she taught and performed for another 10 guided by the principles of a connected relationship, keeping a long-term vision in mind, and presenting ideas one at a time. She now applies these concepts to her own speaking and teaches them to her clients.
Margaret has been nicknamed “The Benevolent Pusher” for her uncanny ability to be supportive, directive, and entertaining as she leads communication workshops and coaches individual speakers. She has supported entrepreneurs preparing investment pitches, individual create their signature talk, and over 100 TEDx event speakers. She says, “Speakership is Leadership” and is passionate about helping people lead from the stage.
Her free time is filled with meditation, podcasts, tea, hiking the paths of Boulder, CO, and reveling in her three grown daughters’ marvelous lives.