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The 3 Ps of Perfect Presentation
By: Billal Jamil
As a Presentation Coach - I am asked frequently -'I have a presentation next week - how should I prepare???' I have seen delegates (given ...

Presentation Skills: What Is Your Message?
By: Gilda Bonanno
When you are preparing a presentation, one of the first things to do is to focus on your message. Think of your message as the ...

5 Reasons Why Presenters Won't Use a Microphone
By: Gilda Bonanno
Often, I have seen people refuse to use a microphone when they're presenting, whether at an office meeting, community event or industry conference. Yet, using ...

Please DO Read the Speaker's Introduction Word for Word
By: Gilda Bonanno
If you are introducing a speaker at a meeting, conference or event, it's not only okay to read his or her written introduction word for ...

The Golden Rule of Communications
By: Gilda Bonanno
When you are preparing a presentation, it is important to remember what I call the Golden Rule of Communications: "Communicate unto others as they want ...

5 Tips for Creating a Crisp and Memorable Introduction
By: Gilda Bonanno
If you are the speaker at a meeting, conference or event, it's one of your responsibilities to provide a written introduction to the meeting organizer. ...

Olympian Jeff Galloway: Set Mini Goals
By: Gilda Bonanno
Running and public speaking have a lot in common, including the fact that both become easier over time when you practice them regularly using the ...

Does Aikido's Shu Ha Ri Help With Presentations?
By: Gilda Bonanno
Recently, a presentation skills coaching client asked about Shu Ha Ri, the cycle of training used in the Japanese martial art of Aikido and sometimes ...

3 Ways to Use Images in Presentations, Inspired by Daniel Coyle, Marjory Abrams and Garr Reynolds
By: Gilda Bonanno
Images can be a powerful means of communication - hence the old adage, "a picture is worth a thousand words." According to Daniel Coyle, the ...

Applying "Genchi Genbutsu" to Presentations
By: Gilda Bonanno
One of the key principle of the Toyota Production System and Lean manufacturing is "genchi-genbutsu," or "go, see, and confirm." How does the concept of ...

Exaggerate to Practice Your Body Language - Inspired by Daniel Coyle's The Little Book of Talent
By: Gilda Bonanno
Daniel Coyle, the New York Times best-selling author of The Talent Code, has written a fascinating and informative new book, The Little Book of Talent: ...

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