Q. Who should enter the 6th Annual Cicero Speechwriting Awards?
Cicero called rhetoric a “great art.” The Cicero Speechwriting Awards recognize the speechwriters and the speakers who make it great.
The speech is the fundamental method of communication: one human being stands before other human beings and tells the truth, as clearly as he or she knows it, and as persuasively as possible.
A century of staggering advances in mass communication hasn’t generated any substitute for the power of a great speech.
No one knows better than you do—or better than we do—what it takes to make such a speech: research, audience analysis, introspection, writing and thoughtful rewriting.
Whether the work is done mostly by the speaker or the speechwriter or by a perfect collaboration of each, the work must be done.
Presented by Vital Speeches of the Day, the prestigious monthly collection of speeches, the Cicero Speechwriting Awards recognize the work that makes the speeches that help leaders lead—in every sector of business, politics and society.
Get the recognition you deserve. Enter the 2013 Cicero Speechwriting Awards today.