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In the 1960s, philosopher of language Paul Grice proposed four maxims of communication
Presenting is all about your audience
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Effective communication and presentation is a common attribute among successful people in all walks of life.
Recent research from the realm of neuroscience reinforces the importance of communication and presentation skills training to enable staff to perform at their best.
The problem with communication skills training is that it breaks communication down into a list of behaviours and techniques.
The prospect of making a presentation strikes fear into the hearts of even the hardiest souls.
All good stories, it has been said, have a beginning, a middle and an end, just not necessarily in that order.
The ancient techniques of rhetoric remain very useful to the modern public speaker.
Let’s be honest, presentation skills training often misses the mark.
Put simply, the effect you have on others.
Sometimes don’ts can be as helpful as dos.
We have all experienced ‘Death by PowerPoint’, and it isn’t pleasant.
If no one is there to hear you when you speak or think, are you saying anything?