Nadia speaks to Siemens Johannesburg on maximizing your presentation impact.
Nadia does a story on the exclusive Johannesburg hotel.
Who can forget Joel Grey’s incredible performance as the Master of Ceremonies in Cabaret, the Broadway musical and movie with Liza Minnelli? His role has been described as one of the most iconic in musical theater history, and it won him numerous awards, including a 1973 Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, as well as a Tony.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing the now 83-year-old actor at the Atlanta JCC for a special book event,
Take a moment and think back to the last time you did or said something out of anger or frustration. Something that, on reflection, you wish you hadn’t done.
It’s in those moments that each and every one of us needs to become acutely aware of our internal monitoring system. Think of it as your own personal feedback system, an internal gauge that signals it’s time to pause, breathe and think about what you are about to say or do.
I thought this title would get your attention! And that’s exactly what a hook is supposed to do – immediately pique the audience’s interest.
You’ve probably heard that one of the most important elements of a successful presentation is the ability to reel the audience in from the outset and make them want to listen. But how exactly do you do that? Here are a few tips.
There is no question that your ability to communicate confidently and authoritatively is critical to your career success. Here are some tips to make your presentations more effective.
It’s important to keep in mind what you want your audience to be thinking,
One of my most memorable professors at the University of Cape Town’s drama school was the formidable Mavis Taylor. Like a character out of a Dickens novel, Professor Taylor seemed ancient to me at the time, with limp, long, blonde hair and an equally long face which showed little or no sign of emotion, ever.
Mavis spoke sparingly, and with a direct gaze that seemed to look right through you.
For many of us, synonymous with the start of a New Year are resolutions. I once spoke to Dr. Eric Plasker, Health & Wellness expert, and author of The 100 Year Lifestyle, for a CNN Sunday interview on this very subject.“New Year has come and gone, and every year the same thing happens. You make resolutions, and within a few weeks, it’s all gone – the enthusiasm and the hope… Once again,