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Effectively get your point across during public speeches

You're an executive, but do your public speaking skills reflect your status? Brush up on how to deliver a compelling presentation that achieves your business objectives.


You’ve climbed to the top in your career, but have your public speaking abilities traveled with you?

Executive coaches and public speaking consultants say many professionals deliver speeches without enthusiasm, the proper voice projection, or interaction with the audience. "You have heard the phrase 'dress for success'; people need to learn how to talk for success," said executive coach Helene Jeffreys. "They need to lead vocally, visually, and verbally."

Many executives offer too much information, fail to practice in advance, or rely too heavily on visual aids. But adjustments in your delivery and body language can make speech more memorable for your audience.

To learn how to deliver a compelling, thought-provoking presentation that will achieve your objectives, read “Present your good side during public speeches.”

You’ve climbed to the top in your career, but have your public speaking abilities traveled with you?

Executive coaches and public speaking consultants say many professionals deliver speeches without enthusiasm, the proper voice projection, or interaction with the audience. "You have heard the phrase 'dress for success'; people need to learn how to talk for success," said executive coach Helene Jeffreys. "They need to lead vocally, visually, and verbally."

Many executives offer too much information, fail to practice in advance, or rely too heavily on visual aids. But adjustments in your delivery and body language can make speech more memorable for your audience.

To learn how to deliver a compelling, thought-provoking presentation that will achieve your objectives, read “Present your good side during public speeches.”

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