COMMUNICATIONS LIBRARY SKILLS
- Lessons in Persuasion from a Fishing Guide
- Want a Message to Penetrate? Repeat Two of Three Catchphrases
- Support Your Data By Telling The Story Behind the Numbers
- Topics to Avoid If You Don’t Want to be a Bore
- Best Way to Use a Quote? Don’t Put it on Your Slide: Just Say It!
- What Would the Gettysburg Address Look Like in PowerPoint?
- For a Great Presentations, Practice this Rule
- How to Improve Your PowerPoint Presentation
- Learn Executive Presence
- Why Do We Get Nervous When We Speak?
- Great Communicators Connect with Boldness
- To Improve Your Hand Gestures, Focus Your Energy on Facial Energy
- How to Find Your Authentic Speaking Style
- Great Presenting Style Starts with Strong Eye Contact
Q & A
- Use “The Matador Effect” to Impress Your Listeners
- To Get More Questions, Study Our Law of Audience Behavior
- The Perils of Saying “Great Question!”
- What to Do When Stumped By A Question
- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Questions
- Checklist for a Winning New- Business Presentation
- How One Question Can Improve Your Sales Presentations
- Learning- From Your Dentist the Keys to Delivering Bad News
- Public Speaking 3.0. Connecting with Audiences in the Internet-Era
- Use the Holidays to Master the Lost Art of Conversation
- Business Development Tip for a Slow Economy: Practice the Five Foot Rule
- Stop Scaring Yourself Off the Stage
- What if I go Blank? Overcoming Brain Freeze and Speaking with Confidence
- What I Learned from Vomiting and Fainting in Front of My Class
- Got Nerves? How to De-Stress and Power Through that Presentation!
Speaking Tips From Celebrities
- Public Speaking Tips From Ben Franklin
- Public Speaking Tip from Jimmy Carter
- Public Speaking Tips From Socrates
- Public Speaking Tip From Bruce Lee
- Public Speaking Advice From JFK
- Public Speaking Advice from James Brown
- Public Speaking Tip from Peyton Manning
“Take advantage of every opportunity to practice your communication skills so that when important occasions arise, you will have the gift, the style, the sharpness, the clarity, and the emotions to affect other people.” - Jim Rohn
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