Be Your Authentic Self When Speaking on an Internal Employee Video

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Be Your Authentic Self

Your personal appearance, advance preparation and strong talking points are key when you’re delivering a presentation or meeting with a reporter.

These things are just as important when you’re giving a presentation in an internal video to your company’s employees. The key is to be authentic. Believe it or not, this is not as easy as it sounds.

If you’re new to presenting, be your authentic self and not an imitation of someone you happen to admire as a speaker. You want employees to believe in you and what you have to say. Also, remember that many people who will see the video already know you and you don’t want them to say, “what happened to Bill? That’s not the same guy I had lunch with yesterday!” …Read more…

What Does it Mean to be “Presidential”?

At least a dozen Republican presidential hopefuls and several Democrats have jumped into the 2016 Presidential race. manager prsentiert gute neuigkeitenThe election is many months away so candidates have a long time to prove that they’re Presidential material, and avoid damaging public gaffes.

But what does it actually mean to be Presidential? …Read more…

No Point in Apologizing if You Can’t Admit You’re Wrong

Do you find it difficult to apologize when you’ve done something that hurts or offends someone? It isn’t easy to admit when you’re wrong. But you risk damaging your reputation and relationships if you don’t offer a sincere apology.

Hillary Clinton learned this the hard way when the media and public didn’t buy that she used her private email “for convenience” in government correspondence while she was Secretary of State.

Jon Stewart skewered her in this skit using portions of her press conference …Read more…

You Mean You’re Not Perfect? Join the Crowd

Why do we always feel we need to be perfect? It’s so unrealistic. We know that, but there’s always something about ourselves that we feel detracts from our appearance and diminishes our authority.

Maybe you feel that way, because you’ve gained a few extra pounds, or are height-challenged (a euphemism for short). But you’ve got to get over it if …Read more…