Welcome to the Newman Group Blog

Welcome to the Newman Group’s Presenting Yourself Blog. We know that many of you turn to the Internet for information and resources to become better at what you do.

So, if you’re looking for tips and updates about how you can WOW audiences with your presentations and impress reporters during interviews, then you’ve come to the right place!

Our goal is to provide you with information that you can start to use now to improve your skills. This is social media – and the point of social media is to build on existing relationships and start new ones. So, thanks to our clients who came to visit and welcome to our new visitors who are just now getting to know The Newman Group.

Read our first four blog posts

We’ve already posted four articles on our blog and I encourage you to read them because they’re filled with useful tips.

The first discusses the real you – and offers 10 solid techniques for promoting yourself. The web has changed how we communicate. In our next post, I’ll be discussing how presenting in front of a live audience in a meeting room is different from presenting on a webinar. Injecting your personality into an email interview with a reporter calls for a new set of skills.

Our next blog talks about the power of negotiation and recognizing when to fight for what you believe in. Do you have charisma? That’s the subject of our fourth post and our quiz will help you to discover yours.

We’re all operating in a whole new world now. I hope you will join us for this exciting journey into the social media-sphere by visiting often for our updates.

I also encourage you to join the discussion by using the comment box at the end of each post.

Subscribe to continue receiving our blogs

If you would like to receive our blogs in your email box or RSS feed, then please fill in your name and email address in the box at the right. You’ll also receive your own copy of our “Tips for PowerPoint Presentations.”

Thanks for visiting and I hope you will come back often for more tips and tactics for presenting yourself!

Joyce Newman

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