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Simple, cold facts won't cut it when you're dealing with people who've suffered a great loss—nor will platitudes. Connect first, and then learn more so you can make a difference.
11/19/2015 6:05:00 AM
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11/12/2015 6:00:00 AM
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11/6/2015 6:00:00 AM
The proper typeface, styling and point size are essential to helping your audience see and read your text. There's more, though: Pay attention to colors and contrast, too.
11/3/2015 6:06:00 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 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
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10/27/2015 5:05:00 AM
Aristotle, Winston Churchill, Maya Angelou and a few others of note have words of wisdom to charge up your next presentation.
10/16/2015 5:07:00 AM
The author is no fan of slideware, but he acknowledges that many speakers feel uncomfortable with nothing on the screen behind them. Here, then, are essential dos and don'ts.
10/14/2015 5:09:00 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
You've worked hard to cut 'um,' 'uh' and 'like' from your speech—but have you replaced them with 'so'?
10/8/2015 5:08:00 AM
Your keynote speaker is in a plane stacked up over the city, or he just keeled over. Now what? Here are some backup ideas to have in place should disaster strike at the last minute.
10/8/2015 5:06:00 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
A recent case of plagiarism has put practitioners in an awkward position. Over time, diligent adherence to attribution and other responsible behaviors can and should erase that blot.
10/2/2015 5:10:00 AM