- White Paper: "How To Cultivate Gravitas"
- "What Fear Are You Trying To Overcome?"
- PowerPoint - is it really the loaded AK47?
- Presenting For The Plain Terrified!
- "4 Basics For Achieving Anything"
- "How to Build a Relationship of Mutual Trust"
- "Learned Helplessness" And The Benefits Of Fear!
- "The Four Survival Fears"
- "Like As The Waves Make Towards The Pebbled Shore.........."
- "Dumb Little Man And His Tactics To Secretly Influence And Persuade"
Tag Archives: confident presenting
In the coming months the 3rd year doctoral students I’m working with at Oxford University’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering at the Centre for Doctoral Training will be giving presentations – either 3 minute posters or 10 minute outlines of their research … Continue reading
90% of your presentation is in the preparation. And as always in business, you must answer the all-important, “So What….?” question. Know your outcomes – what does it mean for your career to do make this presentation? What’s the point? … Continue reading
To inspire you to be confident in giving presentations, it’s vital you deliver content that engages your audience. If you have your audience on side from the start, their belief in you will encourage you to perform at your best. … Continue reading
When you are preparing for a presentation, what do you want to achieve? You’ll want to do far more than deliver an ordinary presentation. You’ll want to win influence and raise your profile to deliver the message effectively to decision … Continue reading
“Not fare well, But fare forward, voyagers.” T.S. Eliot (The Dry Salvages) I’m lucky enough to be with a friend who has a writer’s retreat in North Devon. My friend Deborah Dooley is a freelance journalist who’s written for The Times (of … Continue reading
I have a great story to illustrate the “Be The Messenger, Not The Hero” point when communicating your marketing message. I’m on holiday on Kephalonia, a beautiful Ionian island off Greece (at the moment exceedingly hot!). It has been a … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I was invited to a presentation in a worthy cause. The moment the presenter said she was a motivational speaker and coach, my heart sank! Now I’m not against coaches and motivational speakers. Good heavens, no! … Continue reading
For several months now, I have been watching and re-watching this moving speech from Steve Jobs. Yes, of course many of us miss him for being the towering presence of a man who was intensely creative and self disciplined – … Continue reading