With the holidays upon us, we bring you an encore tip that was very popular this time last year. “Step into the Season with Confidence” is the theme of our presentation tip so you can be ready when it’s your … READ MORE
It’s Monday morning. You’ve successfully navigated a busy family weekend, fought through rush hour traffic, and managed to get to your meeting on time. You can finally relax with and enjoy your cup of coffee… Then you realize your boss … READ MORE
Chade-Meng Tan, better known as Meng, Google’s “Jolly Good Fellow,” is one of Google’s earliest engineers and a very engaging and effective presenter.
Meng is a great case study to illustrate how presenters — whose first language is not English … READ MORE
Sooner or later, we all have to share the presentation stage. Team presentations are part of day-to-day business practices, but they can be challenging due to the many moving parts.
Cohesive content and seamless logistics helps any team shine
The … READ MORE
Henry Kissinger once opened a press conference by saying:
Does anyone have any questions for my answers?
Clearly, he was prepared. You can be just as prepared too.
If you feel anxious about Q & A sessions following your presentations, … READ MORE
Did you know that evaluating a video of one of your presentations is one of the best investments you can make as a presenter?
And smart phones make video recording easier than ever.
While viewing a recording of yourself is … READ MORE
“Practice makes perfect.”
You’ve heard that before. We all have. however, ineffective practice can lead to lackluster results.
So how do you ensure your practice makes your presentation perfect?
Make Time to Practice
On average, Winston Churchill spent an entire … READ MORE
Some historians have suggested that clinking glasses together when toasting was done in order to scare away any evil spirits; others simply say clinking glasses is a way of adding a personal gesture to the good wishes being offered.
Either … READ MORE