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How to Take Your Presentations From Good to Great

When was the last time you attended a conference and came out absolutely buzzing with ideas and inspiration? That’s what happened to me following the Professional Speaking Association 3 Day Mega Conference at the Cumberland Hotel in London this month. 996 more words

Public Speaking

digital preferences for leadership development

Online learning is growing at exponential rates. Information and resources for leadership development are available online like never before. Expectations are also rising. Leaders want resources that are easy to access and relevant to their needs, and they like to learn with others. 254 more words

Learning And Leading

How to really connect with your audience (hint: it’s not about you!)

When I run any presenting skills workshop I ask participants to discuss and decide which is more important – audience, content or presenter. The question often leads to some interesting debate. 542 more words

Public Speaking

Who Do You Write For?

Yourself? Or an imagined reader? I’d like to tell you that in some instances it doesn’t matter, as long as you write. But sometimes, having an idea of your audience (one particular person or group of people) can be the difference between communicating effectively or producing something that may seem partly mangled. 220 more words

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