Here are four key takeaways leaders will obtain from ‘Excellence in Communication: Presenting as a Leader:” Attend the two-day course and you will learn how to: Get to Your Point…

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  You’re locked into the conference agenda, the materials are printed, your bio and headshot are submitted – there’s no turning back now. Sure – when the request email came…

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Don’t arrive unprepared While panel presentations are often more informal and conversational, that is not an excuse to under prepare. You should always be prepared with an opening and closing,…

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  You’re moving through your presentation and notice you’re cutting it close on time. It’s probably fine just to go over a few minutes to wrap up, right? Wrong. If…

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  We sat down with TCC Executive Communication Coach, Steve Piacente, to learn more about his role, his past and what led him to communication, and the art of communication…

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  TCC Executive Communication Coach Carol Buckland tells us more about her role, her past experiences in communication, and the value of writing and confidence to effective communication. What led…

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  Imagine this: You’re walking out of your office and – bam! – there’s a reporter and a camera waiting for you. They start asking about the latest controversy, how…

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The Good Often the best way to use a podium is not at all. What could be worse than placing a physical barrier between you and the people you’re trying…

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  Orai has a simple goal: to make you a better speaker. By analyzing recorded speeches to search for filler words, voice variety, and good pacing, Orai encourages users to…

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  If you want to have more productive workplace conversations, know your main goal. Clear workplace communication hinges on goal-oriented conversation. Here are three steps to clarifying and goal-orienting a…

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