WILLIAM HALL

  • <strong>Pamela Stambaugh</strong><br>President & Founder
    Deborah and David: Your session yesterday was nothing short of brilliant! I am so glad that I made the journey (from San Diego). Thank you!
    Pamela Stambaugh
    President & Founder
    Accountability Pays
  • <strong>Lawrence M. Braun</strong><br>Partner
    Eloqui was able to get a large audience with different communication skill levels focused on practical techniques that many members of the audience could implement right after our conference. A lot of our attorneys were surprised at how quickly they could use some of these skills to have real impact on their practice.
    Lawrence M. Braun
    Partner
    Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
  • <strong>Amanda Schneider</strong><br>Chief Planning Officer and Chair Liaison
    Deborah and David spoke at our annual partner retreat as a way to teach effective team presenting skills to our partners. The presentation was well received by our audience and the tips Deborah and David taught are being used in pitches the firm is putting together for prospective clients.
    Amanda Schneider
    Chief Planning Officer and Chair Liaison
    Law Firm of Epstein Becker Green
William Hall is a founder of BATS Improv and a comedy group turned consulting company Fratelli Bologna. He brings the power of engagement and leadership to companies and individuals using the theater skills of authentic communication.

William has works with companies to shift their culture toward story and the innovation. He has worked as a performance coach with executives from all over the world to lead from the front of the room. He is part of a teaching team at the Stanford Graduate School of Business for a class called Acting with Power, exploring the power dynamic of great leaders. He has guest lectured at University of Texas and the University of Florida.

He has taught improvisation to students at the University of Tokyo, Businessmen in Bangalore and professional actors in Poland. He has spoken at the World Economic Forum, trained performers at Disneyland and was a soldier that blew up at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark.

What does William most enjoy?

Playing. William most enjoys playing on stage in front of a live audience creating compelling stories in the moment. Improvisational Theater. He also has a collection of over 3000 different Jokers.