Rookie public speakers read from a written speech. They stand at the podium as if they’re glued there. They go on too long, and their presentations are filled with “ums” and “ahs.” Veteran public speakers have transcended these novice mistakes.
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In the early 1970s, Phil Romano owned restaurants in Florida. Amid a sputtering economy, he came up with an idea: He’d launch a club for professional women and give them a free dinner at the bar. He told them that men can network through many channels but women have fewer such opportunities ...
Leadership coach Peter Bregman has made a study of executive-level meetings. His assessment: Lose the PowerPoint presentations: “Everybody either nods off or argues,” he says.
In 1773, founding father Benjamin Franklin wrote a pamphlet to the British royals called Rules by Which a Great Empire May Be Reduced to a Small One. Like King George III, you, too, may be oblivious to satire ...