Getting the facts right in your written communication is essential if you want people to take you and your work seriously. Nancy Payne gives you some insight into the benefits of making sure your writing is as good as your content.
You've put so much work into your report. Nancy Payne explains why it's critical to put just as much effort into ensuring it reads well.
If you're a bit nervous about your presentation or video call, the first thing you need to do is get out of your own head. Nancy Payne offers some powerful perspective on what your audience is really thinking.
There's no sure-fire way to ensure you never get nervous when leading a video meeting or making a presentation, but these simple tips from Nancy Payne will definitely help you get more comfortable.
Harness that nervous energy and don't be overwhelmed by thinking about your whole presentation. Just get through it step by step, says Nancy Payne.
When you're getting ready to speak to an audience, you have to make sure you can communicate with everyone who's listening. Elizabeth Hunt offers some important things to keep in mind.
Audiences respect and appreciate it when you are your true self during a presentation. Elizabeth Hunt describes how authenticity can make all the difference.
Trying to emulate a presenter you like won't work. Elizabeth Hunt illustrates the importance of being your uniquely professional and capable self.
It's important to keep your audience listening. Elizabeth Hunt outlines techniques to bring listeners back and keep them paying attention.
The more you plan and practice, the better your presentation will be. Cynthia Smith gives you quick tips for success.
When you know what you're going to say, you'll make better use of everyone's time in your meeting or presentation. Cynthia Smith suggests some easy tips to help you prepare.
Your voice and your gestures convey critical information and keep people engaged, particularly on a conference or video call. Elizabeth Hunt explains how to ensure your tone serves your content.
You need to increase your energy to keep your audience listening, especially in conference and video calls. Elizabeth Hunt offers techniques such as hooks, thought leadership and storytelling.
Whether you're presenting in person or leading a webinar, your job is to engage your audience rather than recite every detail. Elizabeth Hunt explains how to avoid the presenter's biggest pitfall.
The pressures and distractions of virtual communication mean you need to get to the point fast or risk losing your audience. Elizabeth Hunt explains why a succinct message matters more than ever.
Speaker's anxiety is normal. It's how you manage it makes all the difference. Cynthia Smith gives you some easy, practical tips to help you prepare.