Presentation Effectiveness

Ease Your Public Speaking Anxiety Through Proper Preparation

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April 12, 2014
Ease Your Public Speaking Anxiety Through Proper Preparation

You can never be too prepared to present. Knowing your presentation through and through will help boost your confidence while easing your fear and anxiety. However, preparation does not just include knowing what you are going to say, it also includes how and why you are going to present the information. Here are some...
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How to Remember the Points of Your Talk

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March 15, 2014
How to Remember the Points of Your Talk

Dale Carnegie had a knack for delivering riveting speeches—full of facts and details—with seldom having to resort to cue cards. How did he do it? According to an entry in his book, “How to Develop Self Confidence & Influence People by Public Speaking,” there are only two ways by which we can possibly think...
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7 Tips for Instantly Improving Your Public Speaking

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February 15, 2014
7 Tips for Instantly Improving Your Public Speaking

While the prospect public speaking rattles some people’s nerves and confidence, all it really takes is paying attention to a few little things that make a big difference when talking in front of a group of people. Here are 7 tips you can implement immediately from your friends at Dale Carnegie Training of Central...
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Tips for Giving a Turbocharged Presentation

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August 3, 2013
Tips for Giving a Turbocharged Presentation

Eventually, most employees at any given company are going to need to deliver a presentation, or be compelled to deliver a presentation to introduce a new idea or initiative. If you have a presentation in mind or one assigned to you, heeding the six tips below from your friends at Dale Carnegie Training of...
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How to Give an Informative Presentation

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May 7, 2013
How to Give an Informative Presentation

A normal function of doing business is to listen to presenters provide information ranging from status reports, to procedural guidelines, to policy changes. And for those of us who give presentations, it’s likely that the majority of the presentations that we give fall into this category, in one way or another. Some individuals are...
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Five Tips To Help Stop Procrastination

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February 19, 2013
Five Tips To Help Stop Procrastination

We all procrastinate from time-to-time on certain projects that are difficult to complete. However, the initial step of getting a project started is often the most difficult part of the process. To help overcome your procrastination, your friends at Dale Carnegie Training of Central Ohio put together 5 quick tips to help you get...
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Networking for Professional Growth

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February 6, 2013
Networking for Professional Growth

It is that time. You have read How to Win Friends & Influence People and you are now ready to grow your career or business and make it even better in 2013. You have not networked a lot over the years, but you are seeing people more successful because of it. Especially for solo...
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