Presentation Effectiveness

Practice Makes Perfect – The Value of Public Speaking Training for Leaders

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June 14, 2012
Practice Makes Perfect – The Value of Public Speaking Training for Leaders

Tweet One of the most important skills that all leaders must possess is the ability to communicate ideas well through powerful public speaking. However, far too many potential leaders hide behind emails or written communications and fail to learn the skills needed to effectively deliver messages in person. The ability to verbalize ideas and...
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Making the Case for Paid Public Speaking Engagements

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May 23, 2012

Tweet One of the hottest ways to share information and become a thought leader is by launching yourself as a public speaker. While some may shrink in fear at the thought of getting up in front of others to speak, there is an elite group of professionals who thrive on this kind of exposure....
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Dressing for Success – Office Attire Do’s & Don’ts

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May 4, 2012

Tweet Not all companies have a formal dress code written into company policy and with a variety of companies moving to a more informal company culture, it may be difficult as an employee to know what is considered appropriate (and probably more important, what is inappropriate) work attire at the office. Here are a...
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The Three Safeguards in Communication

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March 26, 2012

Tweet Regardless of the situation, every single time that we speak we have the possibility to say something we might regret. Although it happens to presidential candidates and to CEO’s, most of the time if we misspeak, we do it in a one-on-one situation with family, friends, or business associates. And once we realize...
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Tips for Rehearsing for a Big Presentation

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March 8, 2012

Tweet You have a much anticipated presentation coming up in just a short period of time. After revitalizing an old power speech, trying on your best business outfit, and giving yourself a make-over, it’s time to brush up on your speaking skills with a little rehearsal time. For most presenters, making sure that the...
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The Eight Parts of Practice

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March 5, 2012

Tweet In virtually every aspect of business and even in life, the old adage, “practice makes perfect” is often very true. Especially here in New Jersey, competition is intense as a multitude of similar businesses compete for the same demographical client base. Many leaders, and more salespeople then we would like to count, would...
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5 Important Tips for First-Time Presenters

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February 23, 2012

Tweet Whether you’re a student, just getting out of school and into your new job or even established in your career, there may come a time when you will be expected to give a presentation before a group of your peers, colleagues, clients, prospective clients or some other group of people. If you’ve never...
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Is it Time for a New Elevator Sales Pitch?

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February 17, 2012

Tweet From entrepreneurs and career seekers to sales pros, everyone needs a great elevator pitch. If you don’t already know what an elevator pitch is, here is a definition: An elevator speech is a short, 30-second or less verbal picture of what you do and what you have to offer others. The entire precept...
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The Four C’s of Great Email Communication

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December 21, 2011

Tweet Electronic or email communication has become one of the most popular of communication methods used by millions of busy business people today. Email can be used by anyone to send a message quickly out to many people at once, and it can be a great medium for sharing files and links to more...
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Does Your Corporate Brand Effectively Attract Leadership Talent?

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October 20, 2011

Tweet There’s a lot of buzz going around these days about the importance of a clear corporate brand when trying to attract consumers. Coca Cola, Nike and yes.. even Google recognize the intrinsic power of corporate branding to get a message across to the masses. A recent Forbes article illustrated the value of a...
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