Project Charisma is a communication training company based in Manchester, UK.
We have a passion for helping people overcome anxiety and express themselves with complete authenticity.
Since 2014 we’ve coached hundreds of individuals to become more confident, charismatic speakers. With past students including TEDx speakers, business leaders and top academics.
Project Charisma is headed by three coaches: Danny Riley, Chris Delaney & Ed Darling. We’re professional speakers and trainers who each specialize in own unique fields.
A New Approach to
Back in 2014, we came together to develop a new style of training. Our aim was to refine and accelerate the learning process, giving clients results in hours – not weeks or months.
The success of our new approach comes down to our emphasis on practical learning to build confidence through competence; and our fusion of three powerful disciplines: acting, speaking & therapeutic techniques.
Our mission is to deliver the most advanced, effective and enjoyable public speaking courses available anywhere in the world, transforming how people think and feel about public speaking.
Meet The Team
A professional actor, voice over artist and public speaker, Edward has performed on hundreds of stages around the UK, Europe and NYC. He spent 3 years as the public speaking coach for the NCS, and was President of Salford Speakers Toastmasters club.
Ed specializes in the cross-over between stage acting and public speaking. His coaching fuses the best techniques of both to get you feeling confident in the lime-light, and able to let your natural stage presence shine.
Danny Riley is an award winning speaker, Chartered Manager, and Learning and Development Professional. He has coached TEDx speakers, and leaders to be more effective communicators.
A highly accomlished speaker himself, Danny’s coaching focuses on structure, storytelling and writing techniques. He will help you bring any presentation, pitch, or speech to life using using conflict, hooks and storytelling techniques designed to make your audiences sit up and take note.