Swimming Upstream: Coke's New Chief People Officer Speaks Candidly About Knock-Downs, Life Lessons, and Making Your Voice Heard as a Powerful Woman in Leadership. ABOUT - JULIE LINDSAY Prior to being a Speechworks coach, Julie enjoyed a long career in broadcasting. She was a reporter with the BBC in London, reporting on everything from terrorist [...]
“You want the audience to be motivated by your motivation. If they can associate themselves and their emotions with the problem you’re trying to solve, then you’ve succeeded. You can do that by telling a story - something they can latch onto.”
[Podcast] How Training “Millennials” Benefits the Entire Workforce: An Interview with Talent Development Expert Travis Dommert
An estimated 10,000 baby boomers leave the workforce every day. Current projections show millennials will make up 75% of the workforce by 2025. It’s a sea change that Travis Dommert navigates every day in his role as Senior Vice President of Jackson Healthcare – the 3rd largest healthcare staffing company in the United States.
Nerves can get your heart pounding, your voice shaking, not to mention sweating, shortness of breath, skin flushing and even an upset stomach. Nerves, or stage fright, don’t just affect actors and professional presenters. They can strike anyone who has to get up and speak in front of audience, including those of us who have to deliver business presentations...