To stop government tyranny, the nation’s founders produced a Bill of Rights.
But how do we stop the tyranny of lousy speakers?
I propose a Listeners’ Bill of Rights.
“Dress for Success”. What does that mean for business women in 2014?
We hope to answer that question and many more in a Speechworks webinar, “The Five Keys to a Leadership Look for Women”.
If you’re thinking of dying your gray hair, don’t do it if you’re a man, says the famously gray-headed CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.
“In the TV news business, gray equals gravitas,” writes Cooper in a funny column posted to the CNN.com website. “In fact, in just about any line of work being prematurely gray is an advantage. On a guy, gray hair says, "I'm mature, stable. I can be relied on."
"What do I do during a presentation when the questions are getting farther and farther away from the issues that I want to cover? How can I stay on track?"
We get that question a lot during our workshops. And many presenters will shy away from taking questions for fear that they will lose control of the program.
Business Guru Peter Drucker said “Communication...always makes demands. It always demands that the recipient become somebody, do something, believe something. It always appeals to motivation.”
To motivate people effectively, you need to have a focused message that you deliver with passion. That’s what we teach at Speechworks.
3500 Piedmont RoadSuite 330 Atlanta, Georgia 30305404.266.0888404.364.3490 (fax)Speechworks on Facebook
Since 1986, Speechworks has been coaching America’s top businesspeople to communicate in a way that connects with listeners, sells ideas, and inspires confidence. Let our coaches help you develop a communication style that inspires confidence.