Hi Everyone. I am a big believer in the idea that audiences and learners build a relationship with the presenter/instructor and the curriculum as well. Connecting with your audience is hugely important to your success as a presenter. Here are 4 things you can do to help your success.
We are now exactly 11 days into 2017, and for some of us that delicious opportunity to change, to improve, to realize a long dormant potential has… already vanished. Our enthusiasm for setting new goals has met the reality of our old habits. Some may persevere to February, a tiny few beyond. I admire so much those people. This year, I decided to take a different approach to my annual renovation turned exercise in frustration. Instead of setting out the usual goals, eat less,
Do you ever go into presentation mode? This is when you have material to present for a class or meeting and you find yourself going into that odd state where your voice is different and you get into a "presentation" mode". You can even change your physical mannerisms. Presentation mode is different than "getting up for the game". It is different than preparing for a class or presentation you have to give. It is different than mustering the courage to have an energetic pres