Introducing Professor Bill Wallisch

Since retiring as a university professor of English and technical communication, Dr. Wallisch consults to global, multi-cultural business organizations on powerful communication strategies and championship teamwork. Where many cultures are brought together under one brand, clear communication is critical. In the case of one global organization, the company gathered together senior associates from Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Spain, and the UK in Brussels where Bill conducted special sessions of Strategic Communication.  The idea was to get everyone in the organization to use the Main-Point formula.

In your Strategic Communication session, Bill will deliver four communication techniques that will sharpen your communication skills:

  • Find and Support Your Main Point
  • Analyze Your Audiences
  • Write Clear Documents and e-mail
  • Create and Present Presentations with Persuasive Executive Presence

Selected clients include Cargill, the Coca-Cola Company, General Mills (CPW), Interpol, Nestle, Rolls-Royce, Starbucks, Unilever, the US White House, and Wrigley.  He also trains NASA, European Space Agency, and Japanese Space Agency astronauts.  He also takes his sessions to China, India, and Korea, through Distance Learning (DL) video conferencing.

As a member of several official U.S. delegations, Bill spoke to government and business organizations in Eastern Europe and Russia on the subject of “Communicating in a Shrinking World.”  He was a delegate to the first White House Conference on Eastern Europe.

Bill’s many publications and speeches have earned him an array of honors – among them recognition by the Society of Government Communicators and the Society for Technical Communication. 

His degrees include a Bachelor of Arts in English from Allegheny College, a Master of Arts in Communication from the University of Oklahoma, a Doctor of Communication Education from the University of Southern California, and a Doctor of Systems Management from Colorado Technical University.  He was an American Council on Education Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh.  He is also a Ski Patroller in the US Rocky Mountains.


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