1. Presentation-Prep-Public-Words-course-demo

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    from Public Words Added 25 0 0

    http://www.publicwords.com/public-words-presentation-prep/ In this online course, Dr. Nick Morgan will teach you how to write fascinating, persuasive presentations.

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    • David Beckett wins the Dell for Entrepreneurs Pitch Competition

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      Dell for Entrepreneurs attracted 150 entrants, and 10 were chosen to pitch in the final. David Beckett pitched Quiver: and won the competition. As a result, Quiver won €75,000 of goods and services. David can help you pitch to win investment and competitions - find out more at Best3minutes.com.

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      • Patrick Rottiers, Persuasive Presentation and Pitching Skills - from conception to delivery

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        from Executive Education NZ Added 50 0 0

        This specialised training provides management level participants with the tools and insight to dramatically improve skills, focus and knowledge in the ability to persuade and convince sophisticated, challenging, multi-cultural audiences. Participants learn via a needs-analysis based, powerful sequence of quality arguments and by engineering credibility at a personal, team and corporate level, not to present, but to convince!

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        • BMS Media Training Showreel 2014

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          from Broadcast Media Services Added 75 0 0

          BMS Media Training is used for: Foundation Course Advanced Media Training One-to-One Sessions Specific Issue Crisis Media Management Presentation Training Select Committee Appearance Investor and Analyst Presentations

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          • David Beckett Presentation and Pitch Coach

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            Best3minutes.com Here's a short example of TEDx Speech Coach David Beckett training a team to improve their pitch. David Beckett is a professional Pitch Coach and Presentation trainer. He works with numerous Startups, and brands such as Philips, Vodafone, Rabobank and Startupbootcamp. He's also the author of 'Three Minute Presentation'. - Film footage created by studiowitzwart.nl.

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            • The four essential elements of every PowerPoint presentation

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              from Mike Consol Added 8 0 0

              There are four essential elements to every PowerPoint presentation. Unless we focus on these elements we are likely to fail in our effort to deliver a successful presentation. Those four elements are outlined in this video.

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              • The LESS IS MORE principle of public speaking

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                from Mike Consol Added 3 0 0

                Robert K. Greenleaf, the founder of the modern Servant Leadership movement, is credited with this often repeated quotation: “Many attempts to communicate are nullified by saying too much.” If only we all spoke and wrote us succinctly as Mr. Greenleaf did in making that statement. Unfortunately, too many speakers get caught in the trap of thinking that more is better. The rule when giving a presentation of any kind is that less is more. We might think that were giving an audience more for its time and money by leaving them awash in torrents of information, but that is simply not true. People can only absorb so much information in a single sitting, and the point we are trying to make ends up getting lost when they reach information overload. Good communication requires that people understand and retain what we say. That means that our overriding concern should be that our audience walks away understanding the message we came to deliver, rather than trying to impress them with how much information we have at our disposal. So the next time we take the stage, let’s make sure we do so with a script that is light on volume and heavy on focused, meaningful content. This less-is-more approach will help ensure that our audience walks away with a message that is memorable, meaningful and repeatable.

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                • 10 examples of simple structures for effective writing and public speaking

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                  from Mike Consol Added 42 0 0

                  By now you should have already watched my previous video, titled: The importance of using a simple structure to communicate effectively. In this video I’m going to give you examples of how each of the 10 simple structures I highlighted in my last video can be applied to writing projects, public speaking assignments, sales presentations, and so on.

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                  • The importance of using a simple structure to communicate effectively

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                    Communication of any type — whether writing, public speaking or making a sales presentation — requires a simple structure to be truly effective. Using a simple structure accomplishes several things. It keeps us focused. It organizes our content. It reduces our workload. And it makes it far easier for our readers or listeners to understand and remember our message. But what is a simple structure? There are many, but I’m going to show you 10 popular ones in this video to get you started.

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                    • Professional speakers' top advice for a successful speech -- Mike Consol MikeConsol.com

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                      from Mike Consol Added 8 0 0

                      Never under-estimate the importance of practice. The National Speakers Association surveyed its nearly 4,000 professional speakers by asking this question: What are your top tips for a successful speech. One tip received more than 35 percent of the vote for first in importance -- practice. Yet, many people do little or no rehearsing before their presentation. Here's why that's a bad idea -- and the keys to proper rehearsing.

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