Public Speaking Tips

Free Webinar: Beyond Slides: How to Effectively Deliver PowerPoint

How to Effectively Deliver Your PowerPoint Slides You’ve spent hours toiling over your slides and your presentation looks great! Now it’s your turn. Your next step is to effectively deliver PowerPoint slides to look and sound confident when you stand up to deliver that beautiful content. How do you banish your nerves and avoid turning …

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Question and Answer: Four Steps to Manage a Challenging Q&A Session

Maintain Your Credibility: Four Steps to Manage a Challenging Question and Answer Session Even after you’ve delivered a great presentation, a tough question and answer session can impact your credibility and deflate your confidence. But when the questions get difficult, you can still keep your cool and come out looking more knowledgeable than ever if …

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Presentation Training Video: How to Eliminate Filler Words and Non Words

Have you ever sat through a presentation and counted how many times the presenter uses the word “um,” “like,” or “so?” We know that using them impacts your credibility and makes you seem unsure of your content. Are you guilty of this offense? How do you eliminate filler words or pesky non-words? People become obsessed …

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Three Tips to Improve Your Executive Presence

Do you want to appear more credible during meetings or when proposing ideas to decision makers? Learning to improve your executive presence will increase your confidence and help you stand out from the crowd. Your executive presence is impacted by many facets of your professional brand. This includes how you look, your attitude, what you …

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Presentation Training Video

Presentation Training Tips to Avoid Running out of Breath Looking for public speaking tips? You have to breathe when you’re giving a presentation. It revitalizes you and helps you remember what to say.  There are so many times I’ll be coaching someone and at the end of their presentation, they’ll take a big, deep breath. …

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