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Presentation Tips: Guidelines for PowerPoint Slides

I often receive questions about guidelines for PowerPoint slides and how they should be used.  Some people believe PowerPoint is simply an awful tool.  I maintain that the problem is not with the tool or the technology, but rather with how it is used by the presenter. If you cram a bunch of content that …

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90-Seconds to Reduce Non-Words [Video]

Get rid of those pesky “umms” and “ahhs” for good! What should you do instead? The answer is to pause. Communication Training for Your Professionals Let’s talk about how we can coach your professional online or face-to-face to look and sound dynamic for all types of communications, online, seated or standing. Set up your 30-minute …

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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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How to Not Be Nervous for a Presentation

Afraid of Public Speaking? Learn to Control Your Fear   I’m often asked how to not be nervous for a presentation. It’s one of the biggest issues I hear about from clients. They are simply afraid to give a presentation. Standing up in front of a group makes their heart pound, hands sweat and knees …

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Communication Skills for Dealing with Difficult Questions

When it comes to dealing with difficult questions, we’ve all been there… You’ve survived your presentation. You’ve delivered all your content, and you feel like things went well. Then, you utter the daring phrase, “Are there any questions?” That’s when you feel your confidence slip away. So, how do you handle difficult questions? The following …

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