This critically acclaimed political drama is the story of Frank Underwood, a high-powered congressman who, after being passed over for appointment as secretary of state, initiates an ambitious plan to obtain a position of even greater power.
As the third season unfolds, Underwood’s elaborate scheming has come to fruition, and he steps in as president. Every episode has Underwood delivering important high-stakes presentations: campaigning at a town hall meeting, briefing the press, addressing the nation and debating opponents.
So, what can this notorious character teach high-integrity business leaders about message delivery?
After binge-watching all 13 episodes, I can tell you that there are a number of presentation delivery lessons we can learn from Frank Underwood. Consider these (no spoilers, I promise):
1. Glance and grab like a pro: Addressing the nation.