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8 Tips to Giving More Confident Business Presentations

Posted by Jesse Amos on Mar 24, 2020 10:56:50 AM


In your professional career, a time will come when you have to deliver a business presentation. You may have to present to your colleagues, senior management in your company or even a venture capitalist.

There's no need to prepare a whole TED talk, but simply getting your point across clearly and effectively is the ultimate goal. No matter who your audience is, the success of your presentation hinges on much more than your catchy PowerPoint slides. This blog will provide eight tips and strategies to ease your pre-presentation jitters and teach you how to deliver compelling, confident business presentations.

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Topics: Communication

5 Ways to Develop Your Leadership Voice

Posted by Morgan Landry on Jan 23, 2019 4:25:39 PM

Your leadership voice is a powerful tool that influences people’s perception, drives communication and helps you articulate your vision. Your voice punctuates your leadership style and directly affects your team’s faith in you. But what does possessing a strong leadership voice mean? And how can you cultivate yours?

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Topics: Leadership, Interpersonal Skills, Communication

6 Steps to Effective Organizational Communication

Posted by Terry Mott on Jan 18, 2019 10:22:45 AM

Effective organizational communication serves as the foundation for development and planning. It promotes the distribution of information, motivates, and encourages socializing. Without an established line of communication, your organization can suffer from misunderstandings and non-responsiveness that penetrate every level of operation. This issue is more than frustrating; it’s costly. Fortunately, there are 6 steps to help employees and managers effectively communicate to their teams and across their organizations.

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Topics: Communication

4 Conflict Management Myths Debunked

Posted by Terry Mott on Apr 20, 2016 12:01:00 AM

One myth of conflict management is that conflict is always negative, and should be avoided at work. When an opportunity for conflict management arises in your IT organization, chances are your first inclination is either to avoid dealing with it entirely, or to deal with it by nipping it in the bud. After all, nothing good can come of it, right? Wrong, say management and human resources consultants Cornelia Gamlem and Barbara Mitchell, authors of “The Essential Workplace Conflict Handbook: A Quick and Handy Resource for Any Manager, Team Leader, HR Professional, Or Anyone Who Wants to Resolve Disputes and Increase Productivity.” 

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Topics: Communication

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