Dr. Jim Anderson investigates how a speaker can persuade an audience to take action.
So I’m not so sure that that title is clear, but basically what I’m talking about is delivering presentations to young people. I’m talking about elementary school age folks. Like 5-11 years old. Maybe the toughest crowd that you’ll ever have to face!
Last week I had the opportunity to give the perfect speech. Now, you might be offended by this statement and are probably wondering just how I could become so full of myself, so perhaps I should explain myself.
If you think about it, there are a lot of different types of speeches that we can give: humorous, informative, motivational, and of course, ones that are designed to get your audience to start thinking a particular way. Oh yeah, this last type just may be the hardest type of speech to give…
Contact Blue Elephant Consulting today for a free consultation call in order to find out how our coaching services can help to make you or your team better at speaking in public. Tis the season for college graduations and I was recently asked to deliver a keynote speech as part of an engineering graduation ceremony. […]
Just maybe you have managed to overcome your fear of speaking to groups of people. Perhaps you even have developed ways to deal with difficult questions and keep a presentation on track no matter what happens while you are speaking.