For more than 25 years corporations and associations have benefited from Patricia Fripp‘s high-content speeches and entertaining style. At the same time audiences are delighted by her engaging delivery.
Patricia is THE executive speech coach for executives, successful professional speakers and sales teams. Patricia has a unique ability to simplify and demystify the process of designing and delivering important presentations.
She is a Hall of Fame keynote speaker who has Meetings and Conventions magazine calling her “One of the country’s 10 most electrifying speakers.”
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance wrote “Patricia Fripp’s Speaking Skills seminar is the 6th best way to invest in you.” Author of Get What You Want! and Make It, So You Don’t Have to Fake It! Coauthor of Speaking Secrets of the Masters, Speakers Edge and Insights into Excellence. She is featured in the Bullet Proof Manager training series, which is sold in over fifty countries. Patricia starred in the popular training film Travel the Road to Success: An Adventure in Customer Service.In 1984, the 4,000 member National Speakers Association elected Patricia their first female President. She has won or been awarded most honors NSA bestows. These include the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), CPAE Hall of Fame and their highest award the Cavett.—many consider the “Oscar” of the speaking world. Given once a year to a person who consistently makes great contributions to the National Speakers Association, its members and the speaking industry.
Patricia is a member of the prestigious Speakers Roundtable. The members of Speakers Roundtable are a “Who’s Who” of experts and Hall of Fame professional speakers.
Patricia is a faculty member of World Champions Edge coaching community.
Dan Maddux, Executive Director of the American Payroll Association says “I have hired professional speakers for 26 years and Patricia Fripp is the most reliable, versatile, easy to work with, hassle-free, customer-friendly and dynamic speaker we’ve ever booked.”
For a young woman who was born in a small town in England, who arrived in the US with $500, with no job and no contacts and a belief that anyone can do well in America…she has done pretty well.