Cheeky question right? I’m a people person. One of the reasons I became an educator and a speaker is that I love connecting with people and helping them. Sometimes I like the deep and meaningful chats with people after the speech more than the act
There are a number of traps that inexperienced presenters can fall into when they first begin presenting. Any one of these traps can make your presentation look less professional than it otherwise would. I’ve just presented at a conference where I noticed something interesting. The
Presenting Traps to Avoid #2. Being Disorganised “One of the advantages of being disorganised is that one is always having surprising discoveries.” A.A. Milne There are lots of little traps that speakers and presenters can fall into when they lack experience. A.A. Milne is right when he
(from Michelle Bowden’s workshop for Insight on January 13th 2021) 1. We present (persuade and influence) our family members, friends, clients, patients, colleagues and managers every day of our life. Our days and filled with negotiating, finding compromise, updating, advising, selling, influencing and persuading. 2.
When attempting to persuade others are you turning people off without realising it? It’s a pretty full-on question isn’t it? The fact is that when it comes to persuasion there are plenty of things you do to attract people. Unfortunately, there are also a whole