Presentations


Nonverbal Communications that Work – 2

In my previous post: “Nonverbal Communications that Work – 1“, I introduced the value and importance of nonverbal communications in conveying messages to others. Nonverbal communications, such as facial expressions, voice tone, handshakes, gestures, appearance, and posture, are all essential aspects of building the relationship with your customers or audiences.   In their book “Selling Today,” […]

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Nonverbal Communications that Work – 1

Nonverbal communications, such as facial expressions, voice tone, handshakes, gestures, appearance, and posture, are all essential aspects of building the relationship with your customers or audiences. Clear and effective communication is necessary during presentations, whether for boardrooms full of executives, auditoriums at conferences, or classrooms full of students. It is further critical during sales calls. […]


The 3 Pillars of Great Presentations

Many people ask themselves: What makes a great presentation? Is it in the way you create the content? Is it in the way you put the pieces together? Or is it in the way you deliver the presentation? I know that you would agree that there have been times when you went to a presentation […]

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7 Simple Secrets of the Best Presentation

Every one of us would love to conduct the best presentation. Here is how to give a presentation that customers, colleagues, and co-workers (i.e., any audience type), will remember and talk about long after you’re done talking. They are simple, easy to implement, and yet very effective to make any type of presentation a great, […]


Tips for Delivering a Killer Presentation

We all want to deliver a killer presentation. Yet, giving a compelling and memorable speech to a crowd can be difficult and challenging. Becoming a competent, rather than just confident, speaker requires a lot of practice to deliver a killer presentation. However, here are few tips on how to give a presentation your audience will […]

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