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Building Your Personal Brand
Building Your Personal Brand

09.06.2019

As a leader and an influencer, your personal brand is one of the most powerful tools that you can use to communicate your ideas and values. Your personal brand is not only represented by your outer image and character but also by the values your deliver and the way you carry yourself doing so. In th... Read More
Deep Rapport
Deep Rapport

02.06.2019

As a presenter, building rapport with your audience will help you understand them. Part of it is facilitated when you take the time to learn about your audience before you go in front of them, i. e., who they are, what culture they belong to, what age group they belong to, their gender, religious be... Read More
EXCLUSIVE BLOG: Monthly Book Recommendations #1
EXCLUSIVE BLOG: Monthly Book Recommendations #1

26.05.2019

This is an exclusive monthly post in which we present book recommendations for our readers. We have interviewed Coach Kardan to find out what his book recommendations are for this month. Read More
Overcoming the Language Barrier in Public Speaking
Overcoming the Language Barrier in Public Speaking

20.05.2019

Are you a non-native English speaker and want to improve your public speaking skills in English? Keep reading to learn how to overcome the language barrier in public speaking. Often times, non-native English speakers find themselves faced with a dilemma during public speaking instances, in whi... Read More
3 Tips To Enhance Your Public Speaking Skills
3 Tips To Enhance Your Public Speaking Skills

13.05.2019

The outcomes of your speech/presentation should be clear to you and your audience, think of what you want to achieve from it and the outcomes you are looking for. These should be things that both you and the audience will benefit from. Your outcomes should leave a before-and-after effect on your aud... Read More
Building Rapport
Building Rapport

06.05.2019

When people are like each other, they tend to like each other. “People like people who are like themselves; or who are like how they would like to be.” There are many ways we can create the state of rapport. We can build rapport by creating and/or discovering things in common. We call this “mi... Read More
ACE YOUR PRESENTATION #5: Closing and Action
ACE YOUR PRESENTATIONS #5: Closing and Action

29.04.2019

The closing of a presentation is as important as the introduction, it is in your hands to make your audience’s experience unforgettable, a chance to empower them to take action towards your topic or else they forget all about it when they are done. The closing is the freshest piece for them to remem... Read More
ACE YOUR PRESENTATIONS #4: Engagement and Charisma
ACE YOUR PRESENTATIONS #4: Engagement and Charisma

22.04.2019

Having your audience attentive and focused while you are presenting is one of the factors that lead to the success of the presentation. Because what’s a presentation without an audience? Delivering a presentation to a disengaged audience is the same as presenting to an empty room. Therefore... Read More
ACE YOUR PRESENTATIONS #3: Rapport
ACE YOUR PRESENTATIONS #3: Rapport

15.04.2019

Rapport, pronounced ra-POOR is the essence of successful communication. It is the ability to enter someone else’s world, to make them feel understood, and that you have a strong common bond. It’s the ability to go from your map of the world to theirs. It requires a good sense of understanding and tr... Read More
ACE YOUR PRESENTATIONS #2: Preparation, Content Power & Knowing the Audience
ACE YOUR PRESENTATIONS #2: Preparation, Content Power & Knowing the Audience

08.04.2019

Preparation is an essential part in every presentation and it can become a breaking factor in deciding whether a person will deliver a great presentation or not. The presenter should start with appropriate powerful content that suits the audience, which isn’t limited to creating beautiful slides. It... Read More

 

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