Meet Bill Acheson

Bill Acheson is an expert

In nonverbal communication

For over 20 years, he taught in the Department of Communication at the University of Pittsburgh. As a keynote speaker since 1995, he uses his knowledge of nonverbal communication – body language – to show professionals how to project themselves with greater impact and interpret subconscious messages sent by others.

Bill’s presentations are a mix of research and professional experience with such organizations as Merrill Lynch, Bayer, Ernst & Young, Lexus, Wells Fargo, GlaxoSmithKline, the US Coast Guard and the National Football League.

Remember, it’s not just what you say…

It’s How you say it.


Learn why some of the nations top sales organizations hire Bill Acheson

"Bill is a dynamic, engaging speaker who brought an amazing level of energy to our conference . . . His examples were specific to our industry and, at the end, they gave him a standing ovation."

Chris D. Ro Morrison & Associates

“You were the star performer at our conference. One speaker always rises above the rest at a conference and you, sir, were that person.’'

Lisa P. Morgan Stanley

“He commands your attention in the first few seconds of his talk . . . and he never lets go!’'

Bill F. Prudential

“This information is so powerful, you’ll find yourself using it before you leave the room.’'

Paul C Hartford Funds

“Focused. Pertinent. Professional.’'

Richard C. DWS

“Outstanding – a wonderful mix of information and energy’'

Beth K. AIG

"There are two things I love about your work: one, you never ‘undo’ any of our training and two, you never disappoint. Great job."

Kurt B. Merrill Lynch

"He packs a three-hour seminar into a one-hour presentation!"

Jim M. Provident


Eileen G. NAPO

"Bill’s brand of “educomedy” is unequalled. His ideas and strategies on body language and personal power are logical, practical, and applicable."

Geoff N. IVY Investments

"You have taught us how to build trust with clients and given us the skills to approach prospects with confidence and effectiveness."

Jay Y. Janney Montgomery Scott

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