You’ve given your speech–now what? It is time to analyze the impact and use what you learn to get better the next time.
You’ve designed a breakthrough speech and prepared to give it. Here’s how to give a breakthrough performance.
Here’s yet another example of how smart people do dumb things in serving customers, and how you can learn from their mistakes.
What is the single best way to assure your success when you give a speech? Learn the secret in this blog, part five of an eight part series.
Leadership Lessons ezine by Mark Sanborn
Creating the perception of being a thought leader is a lot easier than doing the hard work to be a thought leader. If you’re up to the challenge, here are eight difficult steps.
“Firsters”–those first time employees after graduation–offer challenges and opportunities. Here are some ideas to help make the most of those new hire relationships and pave the way for future success.
First job employees fresh out of college or high school pose special challenges for leaders. Find out what those challenges are and how to meet them successfully.
What do you think when you hear “entitlement”? Read this guest blog and watch the video by Eric Chester to get a different perspective on entitlement.
The real hard work that goes into a presentation should take place before you step up to the podium. Effective presentations are designed before they are delivered. If you aspire to be a breakthrough speaker, design your speech with the following components in mind. Outcomes. When designing your speech, begin at the end. In other…