In my last post, I discussed what you could do to set yourself up as the leader at the beginning of a controversial presentation. There’s a second thing that you can do at the beginning of a presentation to reduce the likelihood of audience members getting upset...
We work with many public sector agencies who are often in the firing line in meetings with the public. Knowing how to handle concerned and angry people in the audience is an important skill. Remember back to your school days. You can probably remember a teacher who...
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In this video-training series (plus workbook with transcripts) you’ll learn:
The three things you must know BEFORE you begin to tackle your fear of public speaking
Why the positive-negative thought classification doesn’t work for fear of public speaking
The two powerful self-talk tweaks that can make an immediate difference.
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