Do you want to become a better speaker? Would you like to feel safe and comfortable speaking in front of an audience? Or do you perhaps need some tools to become clearer in your communication?

By practicing your rhetoric, your message will become clearer, and you will be able to argue your case in a constructive way. We will refine your presentation skills so that you can feel at ease in front of an audience and the audience will want to keep listening to you.

Rhetoric is thus about communicating better, getting your message across, and becoming clearer and more convincing. Rhetoric also focuses on conscious body language, preparations and on making it easier for people to want to listen to you.


For several years I have held trainings and workshops in rhetoric and communication skills, and I am convinced that anyone can become a better speaker. My goal is for everyone to be able to feel safe and confident in front of an audience. I want to help you improve your presentation skills and find your voice – regardless of what level you start at.

Learn from and be inspired by others, but make sure to find your own voice.


Rhetoric coaching

Do you want to develop your presentation skills or get some help with a specific presentation? Would you like to overcome your fear of public speaking? Or feel as confident when presenting online as in front of a live audience? Then I believe that rhetoric coaching is just the right thing for you.

I offer three different rhetoric coaching packages. Check out which package best suits your needs!

Lectures and courses in rhetoric

Do you want to strengthen your organisation and equip your team members with concrete tools so that you become even better at communicating and reaching out? As a group, you can get anything from an inspirational talk to in-depth courses in rhetoric and presentation skills.

Currently, I do not offer open courses in rhetoric, but feel free to contact me if you want to arrange a course for your staff or within your association.

Click on the link below to see some examples of the structure and content of my rhetoric courses.