We can present well or we can do this badly, and the outcome strongly affects the way that people think about us. Use these tips to rock your next speaking engagement.
Posts Tagged: public speaking
The official call for speakers for this year’s Next Generation of Government Training Summit is now open, so start thinking about who you’d like to see up on stage.
If you want your slides to have more oomph and less ho-hum, here a three simple ways to create more fabulous PowerPoint presentations
There is no doubt about it: presenting is tough. But help is on the way. Here are simple hacks to become a better presenter in just a matter of minutes.
To be a great public speaker, you and what you say need to be remembered. People should leave your presentation with three things: one message, one experience, and one visual that they will remember. Besides making you memorable, these three things can serve a triggers that help your audience recall other parts of your presentation.
Here are our 10 favorite resources for improving your public speaking skills (none of which involve imagining everyone in their underwear).
Let me propose a lower impact method to develop a valuable professional network and advance your career – join an industry association.
PowerPoint has become the default presentation tool and in its ubiquitous use, it’s also turned into something we all dread.
Last week, in the first blog of this two-part series, I discussed how theater experience helped with public speaking in my professional journey and how some of the lessons I learned could be applied to a career in the public sector. This week, let’s discuss some concrete ideas that you can practice next time you… Read more »
People usually tell me I’m a pretty strong presenter, and I can attribute a lot of that to my choir and theater days. Before becoming interested in government, I was the typical theater and choir geek. In college, I even studied vocal performance in the hopes of becoming an opera star – a modern day… Read more »