Category: Presentation Skills Tips

Presentation Skills Tips

Michelle Bowden’s Persuasion Blueprint

I’m a pitch coach for people who are trying to win big, multi-million-dollar deals and I also help CEOs and their executive teams present at the highest levels and to the biggest audiences. It may surprise you that even CEOs report that they fear public

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Talking success with Master MC Warwick Merry
Presentation Skills Tips

Communicating is serious business

Some podcasts are just excellent. This is one of them! Here is a really great interview where I share lots and lots of free persuasion, influence, presentation and success tips with Master MC Warwick Merry. Click here to have a listen and enjoy!  © Michelle

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when presenting, don’t be a diva!
Common Presentation Mistakes

What NOT to do! Don’t be a diva!

Speakers take note! No one likes a drama queen!    I am friends with a number of Speakers Bureau Consultants. These are the people you can go to when you know you want to book a speaker, but you don’t know who to book. You

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Don't think you can wing it!
Common Presentation Mistakes

What NOT to do! Don’t think you can wing it!

I was speaking a Women’s Networking event in Sydney. As usual, I was the speaker after lunch. This is a spot I’m known for because I like to use props and dancing to reinforce my key messages so it’s easy to stay awake even if

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how to effectively send your message across
Common Presentation Mistakes

What NOT to do! Don’t assume they got the point!

  If you’re like most people you’re very busy. You’re probably running from one meeting to another (or logging in and out of one meeting after another on zoom) without much thought or preparation each time.   When we present our ideas in meetings, or

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Common Presentation Mistakes

What NOT to do! Don’t think your data sells itself!

An engineer in one of my training programs said to the group (and to me), ‘But I’m an engineer Michelle, I don’t have to be interesting!’ Ahhh! Are you serious? This is a classic misconception! This engineer is not the first person in a program

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