2017 Top Communication Posts

Written by Alaina Goldense

December 20, 2017

 

1. Working Girl in a Woman-Owned Business

Working Girl in a Woman-Owned Business

2. Of Oscars and PowerPoints – remember when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway read the wrong winners? Here’s a note on multi-tasking…

Of Oscars and PowerPoints

3. Presenting as a Leader: Q&A Takeaways

The Q&A preparation can often be an afterthought. These key tips ensure you are prepared for any questions your audience may throw at you.

Presenting as a Leader: Q & A Takeaways

4. TCC Welcomes Jeffrey Blount, Executive Communication Coach

TCC Welcomes Jeffrey Blount, Executive Communication Coach

5. Making Tough Workplace Conversations Productive: #Goals

Remember to define the goal of a conversation before walking into it.

Making Tough Workplace Conversations Productive: #Goals

6. 6 Opening Lines to Avoid

Beginning your presentation with a disclaimer won’t start you off on the right foot with your audience.

6 Opening Lines to Avoid

7. Our top tweet: Compelling Stories

8. The power pose is still the most popular way to boost your confidence before your presentation.

9. Do’s and Don’ts of Panel Discussions

TCC has added Panel Moderation coaching to our services, and this blog provides a few useful tips if you find yourself preparing to be on a panel in 2018.

Do’s & Don’ts of Panel Discussions

10. Twitter Post: Breathe

Our top tip to battle speech anxiety is simple: just breathe.