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How to End a Presentation – Making a Good Exit

The Closing Planning the flow of a presentation, a good amount of time is spent brainstorming how the introduction and opening will go. But do you think about how y...

Avoiding Death by Powerpoint

Stacking the Deck! Many PowerPoint presentation slides used in executive presentations are just awful. Most people cannot read and listen at the same time. ...

Extra Ways to Practice Public Speaking

You have spent time planning out the structure of your speech and organizing your main points so that the audience can properly digest your information.  You have also s...

Rapport (Relationship) – The Essential Ingredients of Leadership Development

In life, relationships with others is everything. In fact, people are willing to forgive a lot of mistakes, as long as there’s a good link and understanding as a founda...

Stand Up For Yourself

When you are giving a speech or addressing a group and are nervous, it is written all over your body. Your arms and limbs may shake, your shoulders may slouch, or your h...

Practice Makes Improvement

After piecing together the parts of your speech, you may find yourself spending countless hours memorizing what you’re going to say during the actual presentation. W...

Communication is a Process

When writing or speaking to others, communicators Need specific goals Successful communication is when you are able to solve problems, provide new information, or persuad...

An Elephant in my pajamas?

Misplaced Modifiers Groucho Marx: “One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got into my pajamas I’ll never know” The term “misplaced modifier” me...