How to Zoom Back to The Future

Lights . . .  Camera . . .  Zoom! Zoom, with a capital “Z”,  has become a verb in the American English language, almost as quickly as the word “pandemic” became part of our daily vernacular. Overnight and out of nowhere, “Zoom” the app became a fixture in the “new normal”, even after social distancing

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Controlling the Q&A

How to Maintain Control of the Q&A Following a Presentation

You’ve just delivered a great presentation. Now it’s time for the Q&A and the first person to raise her hand asks: “Can you give me more details about this new technology?” and you’re left speechless. You don’t have the answer. Bring a Content Expert The Q&A following a presentation can be more important than the

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Even Content Experts Need Presentation Training

It is always impressive to be at an industry function and learn something new from expert speakers that you can use in your business. You might well wonder just how they can master so much complex information. But That’s the Problem You also wonder sometimes just exactly what they’re saying.

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Do Your Eyeglasses Detract From Your Presentations and TV Interviews?

In the past, people used the pejorative four eyes for people who wore glasses. Name-calling is never appropriate, especially when someone has poor vision or a serious disability. Today eyeglasses have become a popular fashion statement. Glasses are an accessory to your wardrobe that can enhance – or detract — from your overall appearance especially

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Stump Speech

When Your Stump Speech Goes Stale

You’re not a politician, you say. You don’t give stump speeches. But think about it. If you’re on a company’s new business team, or a member of their speaker’s bureau, you’re giving stump speeches all the time. They’re just called media interviews or presentations. And today, quite a few of them are virtual. Aren’t they

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Virtual Communications

Using Technology to Leverage Your Virtual Communications

We live and work in a virtual world now. By virtual communications we’re referring to meetings where people aren’t in the same room But being successful in the virtual world is quite different than it was when we gathered in person around a conference table for a meeting about the budget, had lunch with a

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