A Presentation Doesn’t End After the Applause

Congratulations! You’ve just delivered a well-received presentation.

As we advised in our first two posts on preparing for the presentation and giving a presentation, you still have work to do.

Critique Your Speech

After the speech, if you’ve been audio or video taped, make time to listen or watch yourself in action. You’ll likely never

“Wow” Them in Your Next Video Job Interview

As if being interviewed in person isn’t pressure enough, job candidates these days often find themselves in the hot seat doing video interviews on Skype or Zoom.

It’s a simple and relatively cost-effective way for employers to weed out applicants. Plus the probability of traveling in these waning Covid-19 lock-down days isn’t particularly great.

Presentations and Media Interviews are Easy – When You Know How

If you have not have visited the Newman Group’s website lately, then you’ve missed the videos that describe what we do and our approach to our specialties: presentation and media training. Plus, we are getting ready to announce virtual training sessions in the post-Covid-19 age and you are among the very first to know about

Why It’s Important to Have “Horse Sense” When You’re Presenting

An interview with David Sonatore, LMSW, career/life coach and psychotherapist, who conducts workshops with people and horses to inspire personal and professional growth.

You use horses as a metaphor in working with individuals and companies. How did you come up with this idea?

Inspiring “Horse Sense”

The idea actually found me. For over