Whether you're raising a glass with family at a holiday meal or with friends at a virtual happy hour, an artful, heartfelt toast makes the moment even more memorable. Here are a few tips to make the most of holiday toasts...
We know she’s rock a star—and so does everyone who connects with her. Recently, PowerSpeaking, Inc.’s Owner and President Mary McGlynn was awarded a prestigious and heartfelt “Spirit” award for her work with ISA/The Association of Learning Providers.
We answer your questions, Part 4 of 5:
“I have tried hypnosis to try and overcome stage fright, but nothing seems to help. My brain just doesn’t engage with my mouth when it comes my turn to present. Can you give me any suggestions to avoid this happening?”
PowerSpeaking, Inc. Master Facilitator John Warren has you covered.
When you have an opportunity to introduce yourself in a business setting, do you do it in a way that sets you apart and makes you memorable? Or do you simply state your job title along with a bit of job-description language? In this video blog PowerSpeaking, Inc. CEO Carrie Beckstrom and Master Facilitator Isabel Walker talk about a winning approach to articulating your “Unique Value Proposition.”
You want to show your team you think they did a great job, so during a virtual meeting you give them an enthusiastic “thumbs up” gesture. Whoops. You may have just insulted half of them. Common gestures in one country often mean a completely different thing in another.
Think you can use phrases like, “a needle in a haystack” or “it’s like herding cats” in your presentation anywhere in the world? Think again, and listen to Master Facilitators Chris Brannen (Asia), Anshu Arora (India) and Sarah Palmer (UK and Europe) give some pointers on how to tailor the three key elements of presenting—Staging, Substance and Style—depending on where you are on the globe. Read on . . .