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Learn how to use reflective listening in your business presentations to better understand your teams’ needs and find more relevant solutions.
Collaborative communication—seamlessly sharing ideas and exchanging information to achieve a collective goal—should be the standard for all workplaces.
At the 1972 World Chess Championship, Bobby Fischer moved a pawn two squares and shocked the chess world.
Executive summaries are seductive. As a neat list of main points of a presentation, they make us feel safe. However, many presentations go awry in the executive summary itself. Why is that?
Ben Zander has a simple yet powerful rule to deal with high-stress situations. He calls it Rule Number 6.
I never understood how Clooney could do it all, until I discovered a beautiful Italian word–sprezzatura.
When we ask questions, we embark on an exploration of innovative ideas and a conquest for new information.
Good design should add to or reflect the meaning, not distract from it or obscure it. So how do we achieve this?
Don't inundate your audience with numbers and charts. Use these tips to help your next data-heavy presentation shine!
We are all guilty of being poor listeners from time to time. Use these three techniques to enhance the power of your questions.
Here are Stella Low's favorite tips for using communication as a bridge between the known and unknown.
Data can be dense and overwhelming. Bob Dvorak shares his top tips to optimize your corporate presentation skills.
Check out these tips to learn how nature can help you navigate communication challenges in your business presentations.
Whether you’re presenting in front of a small group or a large business conference, use "ACORN" as your perfect roadmap to success.
So, what is that secret sauce to being an inspiring leader? Is it something you’re naturally born with or is it a quality that can be learned?
Discovering better solutions than competitors is a key characteristic of all great business leaders. Whether you’re an apprentice or a seasoned veteran in your industry, being fluent in the language of problem-solving is critical.
There is no such thing as a simple problem. That’s what makes problem-solving so integral for success in the business world.
Whether you’re having a one-on-one conversation with a colleague or giving a large business presentation, here are some techniques to get people to listen better while you present.
Whether you’re giving a small business pitch or delivering a presentation to a room full of stakeholders—visual storytelling can help unify the room in a simple, pleasurable, and entertaining way.
No matter your skill level or professional background, crafting a solid presentation is a must for persuading your audience to listen.
Nonverbal cues are a whole separate language and mastering it can help you win the room. Here are some ways to keep listeners engaged during your meetings.
When making corporate presentations, telling a story with data is critical. Nothing sticks in your mind better than a story and communicating with numbers is no exception.
Purposeful communication has the potential to impact all areas of your business and is a quality you don't want to snooze on.
Instead of allowing fear to take the wheel, use these tactics to unlock valuable insights that help you to tailor your presentations to your audience.
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