A good speech moves your audience in the direction you want to take them. Length and style can vary widely but good speeches are efficient and achieve their end with a minimum of energy. It takes time and care to write a good speech. The process requires, first, research, reflection, and development of the core content. Others may need to weigh in on the content such as the investor relations department, public relations, marketing, or the board. Next, the language must be shaped to craft a pleasing and effective cadence, tone, and balance. It's a time consuming process and few executives write their speeches alone.

Grant and Associates can work with executives to review and comment on their text; serve as speechwriter; or collaborate with the speechwriter. We can help assure the writing reflects the speaker's style and speech patterns so the delivery sounds natural and unforced.