Do You Know What Your Audience Wants From Your Presentation?

audience 2One of the lessons learned from our many coaching sessions is this: don’t allow yourself to get complacent and think you can do the same old, same old as you plan your speaking engagements and media interviews.

Analyzing Your Audience

Speakers often go wrong by not doing a thorough audience analysis. …Read more…

Practice Makes Eli Pariser Almost “Perfect” for his Talk at a TED Conference

Being asked to speak at a TED conference is a very big deal. So when author Eli Pariser was given his nine minutes of fame in front of an influential TED audience, he needed to make the most of the opportunity to promote the ideas in his book, The Filter Bubble: What the Internet Is Hiding from You.Practice Ted Ideas Worth Spreading

TED conferences are prestigious events attended by industry leaders who come to hear “riveting talks …Read more…

A Presentation Doesn’t End After the Applause

applaud presentationCongratulations! 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 improve without …Read more…

“Wow” Them in Your Next Video Job Interview

As if being interviewed in person isn’t pressure enough,business man working on laptop with Colleges indoor 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. …Read more…