When Presenters Run Out Of Ideas, It’s Time To Read A Book

Sometimes when we are called on to give a presentation, we sit down to create the presentation only to find that our creative juices have somehow run dry. Oh, oh – this can be a big challenge. What always just seemed to “be there” can go missing just when we really need to draw upon … Read moreWhen Presenters Run Out Of Ideas, It’s Time To Read A Book

The Self-Published Presenter

As a communicator, you’ve got a lot to say. Getting up in front of an audience is one way to get your message across, but it’s not the only way. We’ve talked a lot about slides, handouts, and summary sheets, but there is one even more powerful tool that you have at your disposal – … Read moreThe Self-Published Presenter

Hey Officer, Book That Presenter…

We spend a lot of time talking about how to deliver your message verbally to your audience. However, there’s a lot more to communications than just the spoken word. For your typical do-it-once-and-it’s-over internal business presentation, the actual delivery is enough – do it well and then move on. But what about those presentations that … Read moreHey Officer, Book That Presenter…

What Jack Welch’s Speech Writer Can Teach Us

So just about everyone out there knows who Jack Welch is – he was the CEO and Chairman of GE who lead them from a market valuation of $14B when he took over to a valuation of over $410B when he stepped aside. What many people may not know is that Jack is a great … Read moreWhat Jack Welch’s Speech Writer Can Teach Us

The Presenter’s Dilemma: 5 Ways To Make Your Training Stick

Ok, so it’s time to talk about an ugly little secret that nobody who does presentations really like to talk about. What’s the secret? Most of the time what we tell our audience goes in one ear and out the other. It just doesn’t stick. In fact, if you are presenting training or a new … Read moreThe Presenter’s Dilemma: 5 Ways To Make Your Training Stick