You have an innovative idea to share with the world.
You were invited to speak to an important audience and need a keynote speech that sings. You want to make the most of your next television appearance and avoid potential traps. You want your CEO, your candidate, or the face of your cause to become an inspiring thought leader who stands out before crowds and above the fray.
Whatever story you need to tell, SKDK can help you tell it.
Because if you can’t tell it, you can’t sell it.
Your message is only as good as your ability to share it. Our experts can take away the anxiety of staring at a blank page, standing behind a podium, or stepping in front of the cameras.
Through polished speechwriting and message development, on-camera media training, and customized presentation coaching, we’ll help you plan and execute a strategy that connects your ideas with the right words, your principals with the right venues, and your messages with the right audiences.
SKDK’s strategists and writers have helped high-profile thinkers shape and share their ideas on the biggest stages and best-read pages — from the White House and World Economic Forum to “The Daily Show” and “60 Minutes” and in cover stories and opinion pieces seen around the globe.
We know how to make your message stick so you can achieve your goals.
We know what moves an audience to act. Like we’ve done for some of the biggest names in politics and business, we can help you conceptualize, research, and write a persuasive speech or op-ed in your unique voice that accomplishes your strategic objectives.
You know why you do what you do. But to rally others, you’ll need to cut through the clutter of a crowded media landscape. We work closely with your team to develop an authentic narrative that’s clear, consistent, memorable, and meaningful.
How to sit, stand, gesture, and pause is as important as what you say – but it takes practice to get it right. From our in-house media-training studio or in your offices, we’ll help you refine your message, prepare for any question that comes your way, and stay in control of your interview.
They call the act of giving a speech “delivering” for a reason: you have to bring it. Whether you’re keynoting a conference, testifying at a hearing, or presenting at a public event, we’ll help you bring your ideas from the page to the podium and make sure you’re ready to hit the right notes.