Giving a Presentation? Consider These 10 Tips

When deciding whether or not to hold an event-- be it a product reveal, press conference, keynote presentation-- it is critical to understand why you want to hold the event.

This sounds pretty basic, but you would be surprised how many organizations or more specifically leaders decide that they need to have an event, without regard to why or what the content will be.

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Communication Tempo

In an era of instant, immediate access to all of the information you could ever want–and then some, there is a temptation to continually engage on the part of communication practitioners and the organizations they represent.

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Is Being Right Always Right?

The struggle to be right has sunk more than one potential alliance. The desire to win each engagement holds back many would be leaders. Having the confidence and the strategic perspective to allow others to experience success builds teams and interpersonal bonds.

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3 Things Your Team Needs From You Right Now

Attracting talent is simple-- building teams and buy-in is another story all together.    Our silo mentality of organizational charts and lines of operation across business units pigeon holes expertise and perspectives. Having a voice means much more than allowing team members to speak, it requires earnest listening and the assigning of real meaning and value to those sentiments that are expressed.  

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10 Keys to Building an Internal Culture of Communication

A new leader’s first priority next to learning the mission needs to be learning the people, the culture and taking the pulse of the internal communication posture of the organization. Some organizations excel at internal communication, placing great expectation on an incoming leader to maintain and perpetuate clear guidance and communication from the top.

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