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The Visual You: Why Body Language Matters in Public Speaking

Apr 05, 2020 by Gary Genard

  Your body language matters when it comes to persuading others in public speaking. Here are 5 body language secrets to help you speak with power! read more »

For Persuasive Speaking, Use These Four Powerful Techniques

Oct 13, 2019 by Gary Genard

How good are you at persuasion? Use these four persuasive techniques for pitches, sales, negotiations, or whenever you need to persuade.  read more »

How to Start a Speech — 12 Foolproof Ways to Grab Your Audience!

Sep 16, 2018 by Gary Genard

Want to move audiences? Develop a powerful opening! Here is how to start a speech, including 12 foolproof ways to grab audiences in public speaking. read more »

10 Benefits of Presentation Skills Training for Employees

Aug 19, 2018 by Gary Genard

Do your company's presentations achieve the results you're looking for? How good are you at speaking to stakeholders? Here are 10 benefits of presentation skills training for employees. read more »

The Voice of Business: Two Public Speaking Tools to Captivate Audiences

May 15, 2016 by Gary Genard

Want to captivate business audiences? Learn these two powerful tools of voice and speech improvement to boost your executive presence! read more »

How to Measure Success in Business Presentations and Meetings

Apr 14, 2013 by Gary Genard

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Organizing a Presentation: 3 Key Steps for Business Success

Jul 18, 2012 by Gary Genard

Does your company do a good job of organizing your presentations? Do your employees who give business presentations understand their real goal, and then deliver a talk that achieves it? In your ... read more »

Theater-Based Techniques for Business Training (Part One)

Jul 08, 2012 by Gary Genard

 "All the world's a stage," William Shakespeare said, "so you'd better learn how to act to nail that PowerPoint presentation." I made that last part up of course. Shakespeare actually said the much ... read more »

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