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Audiences like speakers who talk with their hands, but not every gesture is a good one. Follow these tips to ensure your hand movements are enhancing—not sabotaging—your speech.
12/1/2015 6:10:00 AM
Demeanor and vocal tone mean as much as—and arguably more than—candidates' positions. The author, a political pundit, weighs in on why these matter in commanding authority.
10/30/2015 5:09:00 AM
The former secretary of state garnered much attention and praise on Twitter for a sassy reply. However, some thought the Benghazi hearings reference was inappropriate.
10/29/2015 5:09:09 AM
An executive presence on Twitter builds consumer confidence and engagement with your brand. Here's help in getting your head honcho to start posting on the short-form platform.
10/29/2015 5:07:00 AM
The author, a veteran speechwriter, asserts that affording your top exec the chance to ad-lib can be disastrous. He offers alternatives to binding your head honcho to a tight script.
10/27/2015 5:08:00 AM
Although the Apple co-founder's contemporaries might tussle about how faithful the depiction is of the title character, the launch-day frenzy should be readily recognizable.
10/20/2015 5:08:00 AM
The airline continued to keep its communications close to the vest after its new CEO collapsed from a heart attack.
10/20/2015 5:07:58 AM
Remember adding as many words as possible to your grade-school papers so they would meet the teacher's length requirement? It's time to stop following that formula in the workplace.
10/15/2015 5:09:00 AM
The pontiff recently issued an apology over recent scandals, but did not specify to which he referred.
10/15/2015 5:08:07 AM
From Martin Luther King Jr. to Adolf Hitler, these men knew how to capture an audience and inspire action—and isn't that what you want to do?
10/12/2015 5:07:00 AM
To paraphrase the old E.F. Hutton ad, when your CEO speaks, people listen. That's why you must ensure what the head honcho offers is platinum—and not fools' gold.
10/9/2015 5:10:00 AM
Your presentation won’t get into gear if you linger long on that first slide, and it will screech to a halt if you glom on to a particular tile or image later on. Here are seven remedies.
10/7/2015 5:09:00 AM
You’ve got a dynamite opening and a brilliantly-reasoned argument. Now how do you end the speech?
10/7/2015 5:07:00 AM
The retail chain's chief executives sent a memo to their employees expressing their "deepest appreciation" in the midst of cutbacks.
10/1/2015 5:06:00 AM
If you're not sure if you wrote too little or too much, use this veteran speechwriter's rule of thumb.
9/29/2015 5:08:00 AM