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As we prepare to step back and take stock of a year that’s been nicknamed the Great Pause, our final blog of 2020 delves into the power of that same device in presentations. Find out how to use a pause effectively.
Virtual working isn’t as simple as swapping the office desk for one at home. The virtual environment requires a different approach to presenting information, as the following communication tips for online meetings reveal.
The ability to persuade – to sell an idea or win people over – is perhaps the single most important skill to give you the edge in the knowledge economy. Increase your ability to influence using these simple tips.
Whether you’re standing on a stage or staring down a laptop lens, your voice can make or break a presentation. These tips from a qualified voice coach will show you how to make yours work for you.
Women are regularly given misleading advice about increasing their executive presence or improving their personal impact. Here are three of the most popular presence “myths” debunked.
Speaking on camera isn’t something many of us look forward to but with these tips and techniques from BBC coach Elspeth Morrison you’ll be camera ready in no time. Lights, camera, action!
Learn the secrets of mind and body that will help you manage your nerves before a presentation – and give a performance that will bring your audience to its feet rather than its knees. If it works for Elon Musk…
Giving a successful presentation does not require the same level of confidence or skill as giving a great TED talk – which should come as a relief to most people. And with the right tools, we can all master the art. Find out how.
If you want your message to stick in an uncertain and unpredictable world, follow the golden rule of crisis communication: keep it simple. Read how Jacinda Adern used simple, concrete messaging to help rid New Zealand of coronavirus in 2020.
In leadership, accountability matters. Holding your hands up to a mistake isn’t a show of weakness. In fact, as Zoom CEO Eric Yuan demonstrated recently, saying sorry – meaningfully – is by far the smartest thing to do.