Category Archives: Presentation Skills

Deliver Killer Presentations. Don’t Look Like You Killed The Presenter.

I can’t put my finger on it, but there was just something very uncomfortable about watching the guy present. He was both too nervous and trying too hard at the same time. I got the creepy feeling he had just … Continue reading

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Master First Impressions Through Your Physical Manner

In “The Power of Pretty”. Exec-Comm consultant Rachel Lamb discusses how appearance leads people to judge us as professionals. But appearance goes beyond what we look like and what we’re wearing – our physical manner is just as important. According to … Continue reading

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Podcast: How to Be Listener Directed

Jay Sullivan, author of Simply Said: Communicating Better at Work and Beyond, spoke with Bill Ringle from My Quest for the Best about what it means to be an effective communicator. Jay and Bill addressed diffusing tense situations, communicating in a … Continue reading

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Storytelling Builds Relationships

In business, it’s important to build relationships beyond the next deal or project. Professionals with strong executive presence connect on a deeper level and build trust through storytelling. Consultant, Tony Capone shares how easily stories can help you relate to … Continue reading

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Engage Your Audience Using Visuals

Did you know almost 85% of the information your audience remembers comes through their eyes? To make an impact and leave a lasting impression, we suggest you use visual aids during your informative presentations. Here are the top three reasons … Continue reading

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Three Tips for Maintaining Respect During Meetings

When participating in a conference call or meeting, there may be occasional interruptions or employees may get frustrated when trying to get their point across and begin talking down to others. Here are three quick tips to ensure all participants … Continue reading

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Exec-Comm’s Take on the Most Persuasive Words

I recently came across this great Business Insider video, “The 4 Most Persuasive Words In The English Language,” and thought it might be fun to see what partners at Exec-Comm thought on the topic. Here are our top three picks … Continue reading

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Vote for the Best Message

It’s about five weeks before the presidential election and you’re probably getting bombarded with phone calls, flyers and commercials about various candidates.  Each of these communications carries a message. The most successful of those messages are short, highly-focused and deliver … Continue reading

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Communicate Clearly and Confidently as a New Hire

You never get a second chance to make a first impression. As a new hire, you will meet numerous individuals. You’ll be judged quickly during those interactions and something as simple as the way you dress can alter someone’s perspective of … Continue reading

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Never Mind

My three-year-old son talks a lot. He has many opinions, an active imagination, and the gift of gab. He changes his mind constantly and goes off on tangents with almost every thought. But, he has a gift. A gift to … Continue reading

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