Mainstage Ready

Speaking With Impact™ Mainstage Ready has helped corporate professionals, and C-Suite executives to present with impact to thousands of partners, stakeholders and employees at main stage events. These presentations set the tone for the year and become messages that are the heartbeat of the brand. It’s lights camera, action, you’re on! Let us get you Mainstage Ready!

We focus on the following elements:

Master Stage Presence and a delivery that engages your listeners

Develop content with our signature methodology the Speaker’s Target System™

Develop PPT and other visuals that support YOU

Prep for rehearsals and dry runs

Manage confidence monitors and flow of your message

Become “bigger” than the AV equipment (lights, cameras and props)

Our expert coaching team will support you and/or your team of executives from concept to delivery – Helping you give life to your messages!

These coaching sessions are uniquely designed for your event.

What Our Clients Are Saying

I have worked with Denise for over five years. She is an exceptional communications speaker and coach. She helped prepare me for my most important mainstage presentation to approximately 2,000 participants. Her guidance on delivery and on content creation was masterful.”

– Jim Sheriff, Former SVP World Wide Sales, Cisco

I am writing to serve as a reference for Denise Harrington and the DMH Consulting Group. We recently selected Denise and her firm through a highly competitive process to provide communications training to an accomplished group of leading scholars in education research. The individuals receiving this communications coaching are themselves highly experienced faculty members with strong reputations for their research contributions and their experience presenting work beyond their classrooms at major conferences and meetings worldwide. Our specific aim was to prepare them to give powerful and persuasive TED‐Type talks in order to deepen the appreciation of policy and thought leaders from other sectors that science and scholarship matter in their lives.”

– Felice J. Levine, PhD, AERA