When we go to the theatre and see actors on the stage communicating a story we get wrapped-up in the action and forget that the lines that are spoken are scripted and the movement on stage is choreographed. If the production and talent are good it all looks and feels organic and yet it was orchestrated well in advance.Read More
Tag: Presentation Skills
head·line noun – a head of a newspaper story
or article usually printed in large type and giving the gist of the story or article that follows.
It is no secret that living in the digital age means we are bombarded with information. Some of it is important and relevant but most is a great source of distraction – or static. Static is that crackling or hissing noise we might hear when we have a bad connection to one of our telecommunication devices. It is annoying and causes communication fatigue.Read More
As a speech coach, I talk to my clients about the value of incorporating stories and real life examples into their presentations. I encourage them to use the 3N method for collecting those stories: NOTICE, NOTE and NARRATE.Read More