GPS Trainer and Coach
Bill Beaman Is an Expert Media Trainer and Media Coach
Bill Beaman comes to Global Public Speaking after 30 years in print and broadcast journalism and extensive experience teaching and coaching public speaking and branding. He has specialized in assisting professionals at all levels–from C-Suite executives to young associates–who need to strengthen their leadership qualities and communication skills. Bill especially enjoys working with companies to help promising employees achieve their career goals.
He has strong expertise in presentation coaching, media training, strategic messaging, and brand enhancement. Bill has provided coaching and messaging assistance for such organizations as the NFL Players Association, the World Bank, the International Association of Women Judges, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Morgan Stanley, The George Washington University, and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS).
In addition to his work with Global Public Speaking, Bill is a communications consultant for the Office of Congressional Ethics and a Professor of Public Speaking and Strategic Communication at American University in Washington, D.C. Previously, Bill held leadership positions in prominent media organizations, and served as a bureau chief in both Hong Kong and Washington, D.C. He earned a master’s degree from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and an undergraduate degree from Duke University.
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Bill is an Accomplished Journalist
Previously, he spent three decades as a journalist in leadership positions within prominent media organizations—including National Geographic, Reader’s Digest, and Voice of America. His postings included Bureau Chief positions in both Washington, DC and Hong Kong. He has been a guest analyst on major American networks including CNN and MSNBC. Bill earned a master’s degree from Harvard University in International Security and an undergraduate degree from Duke University.
When he’s “off the clock,” Bill loves to play basketball with his two sons and two stepsons, even though they won’t bend the rules for the older guy on the court. He and his wife, Nancy, share a love for travel—and have a special fondness for Tuscany where they spent their honeymoon.
Read this post from Bill: Want to Nail Media Interviews? Think Like a Journalist