Should I Start My Presentation with a Joke?

CLICK HERE to listen/view the recorded webinar "How to Start Any Presentation". Should I Start my Presentation with a Joke? By Joey Asher Category: Content “I like to break the ice with a joke.” We hear that all the time.  But how does a joke break the ice? Usually jokes thicken the ice because they [...]

Should I Start My Presentation with a Joke?2020-09-22T20:45:01-05:00

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Questions

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Questions By Joey Asher Category: Q&A In our communication skills workshops, we spend a good bit of time focused on Q&A. In fact, we feel it’s probably the most important element of a presentation. It’s when what really matters to the listeners gets addressed. It’s also the point at [...]

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Questions2020-12-08T10:54:20-05:00

To Win Business Via Video Conference, Learn from Television News

CLICK HERE to listen/view the recorded webinar. To Win Business Via Video Conference, Learn from Television News By Joey Asher Category: Sales If you’re interviewing for new business these days, you’re doing it via video conference. As with all interviews, the goal is still to connect and make the client think “I really like those [...]

To Win Business Via Video Conference, Learn from Television News2020-09-22T20:45:01-05:00

How to Conduct Better Conference Calls During the Coronavirus Crisis

CLICK HERE to listen to the recorded webinar. H0w to Conduct Better Conference Calls During the Coronavirus Crisis By Joey Asher Category: Practice With the world in Coronavirus lockdown, we’re all using teleconference technology more than ever.   So how can we conduct teleconferences so that they seem as “normal” and “in-person” as possible? Put everyone [...]

How to Conduct Better Conference Calls During the Coronavirus Crisis2020-09-22T20:45:01-05:00

How Training “Millennials” Benefits the Entire Workforce: An Interview with Talent Development Expert Travis Dommert

How Training “Millennials” Benefits the Entire Workforce: An Interview with Talent Development Expert Travis Dommert By: Julie Lindsay, Speechworks Category: Other 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 [...]

How Training “Millennials” Benefits the Entire Workforce: An Interview with Talent Development Expert Travis Dommert2020-12-07T15:03:33-05:00

FAQs About Q&A

FAQs About Q&A By Joey Asher Category: Q&A In our communication skills workshops, we spend a good bit of time focused on Q&A. In fact, we feel it’s probably the most important element of a presentation. It’s when what really matters to the listeners gets addressed. It’s also the point at which the speaker’s credibility [...]

FAQs About Q&A2020-12-08T10:55:35-05:00

Want to Start Your Speech Off Right? Here are a Few Traps to Avoid

Want to Start Your Speech Off Right? Here are a Few Traps to Avoid. By Joey Asher Category: Content, Nerves You’re standing in front 250 people at major industry conference. Your heart is pounding. Your palms are sweating. You’re about to deliver a presentation that you hope will boost your image in the minds [...]

Want to Start Your Speech Off Right? Here are a Few Traps to Avoid2020-12-07T14:53:27-05:00

Instead of Trying to be Funny, Try to Keep it Light

By Joey Asher Category: Content “Can you teach me how to be funny?” That’s a question I get a lot. And the answer is “No”. But I can teach you to keep it light. And for most business settings, that’s better than being funny. Being Funny is Hard in A Business Setting In a workshop [...]

Instead of Trying to be Funny, Try to Keep it Light2020-09-22T20:45:03-05:00

The Speech is Dead. Long Live the Interactive Presentation

The Speech is Dead. Long Live the Interactive Presentation. By Joey Asher Category: Content, Other My rabbi gave a nice sermon recently. As I listened, I couldn’t help thinking about how strange it is these days to hear an actual speech. It seems out of place -- in a world of text messages, cat videos [...]

The Speech is Dead. Long Live the Interactive Presentation2020-12-07T15:07:52-05:00

Public Speaking 3.0. Connecting with Audiences in the Internet-Era

By Joey Asher Category: Networking The last 50 years in public speaking have been the JFK/Ronald Reagan era. The next 50 will be the YouTube/Talk Radio /iPhone era. Indeed, to be a great speaker today, you must learn to connect with listeners who have been conditioned by the modern media. Ancient Greeks to YouTube The [...]

Public Speaking 3.0. Connecting with Audiences in the Internet-Era2020-09-22T20:45:04-05:00
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