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Pitching
The last part of our speaker toolkit will help you deliver your talk with maximum impact. Below you will find practical advice on how to use your body, voice and movements effectively.
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Do I really need to practice? This might be the most comment question (or complaint) we hear when coaching speakers!
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Slides and visuals continue to be an important part of public speaking. So, how do you make sure you are using slides to create maximum impact and avoid death by PowerPoint?
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Imposter syndrome or imposter feelings can strike at any time, but especially when speaking in public. This instalment of our Speaker Toolkit will examine how you can combat imposter feelings.
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“Just be yourself” – simple advice that is much easier said than done!
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We are really excited to be starting our first ever “toolkit series”, delivered to you through our monthly newsletter, which you can sign up to here.
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Last week I was fortunate enough to see the opening session of TED 2016: Dream. It got me thinking about TED’s famous tag line: ideas worth spreading. What makes one talk stand out? What makes you share a talk and tell your friends about it? Why did I immediately share one talk when it came online...
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TED talks are compelling; they keep your attention, they communicate complex ideas simply, they inspire, and utimately they are about sharing a great idea. The format is simple – one idea, eighteen minutes maximum, no reading and no complex slides.
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