Structuring your speech or presentation is essential. I offer 3 foolproof structures, tips on implementation, and the use of powerpoint structure.
Hiring a guest speaker is just the first step in creating an event that's successful for all parties involved. A helpful list of questions for event organizers is included.
The nature of presentations has changed considerably. The novelty of slick PowerPoint slides is no longer enough to attract and hold attention, and certainly not enough to persuade people to take action towards a pre-determined objective.
A good presentation is a chance for you to make a good of bad image, not only for what you are presenting, but your own self. However taking care of some simple tips will help you a lot in becoming a good presenter.
Don't be a Voiceover Artist for your Powerpoint Presentation. Use these three tips to make sure that your Powerpoint presentation serves your speech, not the other way around.
No matter what the topic, presentations don't have to be boring. You have to be confident and not only grab, but hold the attention of the public. How can you do this? You'll be surprised how easy it is. There are techniques and tricks that professional speakers use to achieve exactly that.
Awesome icebreakers for meetings rapidly accelerate group development and quickly establish a spirit of participant trust and active engagement. Effective icebreaker questions do this by fully capturing group members' attention and building and harnessing their motivation. Awesome icebreakers...
When I was in high school I was scared to death of speaking in front of a group. Now I find it energizing. Here's what I did
There is no task more frustrating than writing the perfect beginning to a speech. Read on if you would like to know how to make an audience want to listen.
Anxiety is a natural part of life and managing anxiety is a skill that we develop throughout our lives. However, if we experience too much anxiety in any given situation it can affect our performance, how we feel about ourselves and inevitably our...