1. Bio as motivation or entertainment speaker

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In 2000, Milo left fifteen years in Information Technology to pursue his then-ten-year passion: applying improvisation to business practices and personal development.

His self-created training program, “TEAMprovising”, has created a team connectedness, improved communication, and boosted innovation for I.T. engineers at Sempra Energy, processing clerks at Computer Science Corporation, and nurses at HealthSouth.

As a member of the National Speakers Association, his interactive motivational speeches have delighted Southwest Airlines, Minolta, and General Dynamic, as he gets his whole audiences playing improv games with him. His customized “IMPROVfessionals” duo presentation is an improv “keynote show” that uses ten improv games to prove ten points on sales, management, teamwork, and other topics. Kodak, Pfizer, and Qualcomm have praised his creative methods.

In 2004, Milo launched the coaching side of his business “Public Dynamics”, helping individuals become more prepared, polished and powerful upon the platform. A speech based on his book “Public Speaking: Get A’s, Not Zzzzzz’s!” provides a fresh voice on this old topic. He is also the author of “Public Speaking for TEENS: Get A’s, Not Zzzzzz’s!” and the entertaining “The Worst Days Make The BEST Stories!”

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2. Bio as “Public Speaking Skills” speaker

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Milo Shapiro left fifteen years in I.T. to pursue his passion: applying improvisation to events like team building and motivational speeches, creating a fun way of learning business practices, communication skills, and personal development.  .

His self-created teambuilding program, “TEAMprovising”, creates team connectedness, improved communication and boosted innovation among staff as varied as federal employees to spine surgeons.

The active National Speakers Association member’s most popular program is his solo motivation presentation, “We Gotta Fail…To Succeed!” (on risk-taking and coping with change/failure) where he also leads the crowd in interactive games. His customized “IMPROVfessionals” duo presentation is an improv “keynote show” that uses ten improv games to prove ten points on sales, management, teamwork, and other topics.

After requests from attendees to train or coach them in public speaking, Milo launched the coaching side of his business “Public Dynamics” in 2004, helping hundreds of individuals become more prepared, polished and powerful upon the platform.  In conjunction with his teaching beliefs, he published the funny and informative: “Public Speaking: Get A’s, Not Zzzzzz’s!” in 2007 and the sequel “Public Speaking for TEENS: Get A’s, Not Zzzzzz’s!” in 2015.

More about Milo’s improv business at www.MiloShapiro.com  and about his speaking coaching at www.PublicDynamics.com

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