8 Steps on the Public Speaking Journey: 2nd Step Being Authentic and Genuine
by Trish Springsteen | May 25, 2016 | Business, Communication, Leadership, Personal Development, Public Speaking, Women in Business“In Public Speaking it is fine to have roles models – but we must speak in our own unique manner. We cannot be another ‘them’; we must strive to be a better us’.” Trish Springsteen International Award Winning Public Speaking Mentor Coach Author There is a lot of talk...
Be Prepared – Be Prepared to Speak : The Bradbury Principle
by Trish Springsteen | Aug 20, 2015 | Communication, Public SpeakingOne of my passions is working with my clients to ensure that they are ready to grab every opportunity that comes by. I often have people asking me why it is such a passion. From personal experience I know what it is like to let opportunities slip by because of a fear...
A – Z of Public Speaking: S is for Silence
by Trish Springsteen | May 20, 2010 | Communication, Public SpeakingSilence can be a powerful tool for a public speaker. However, there is a fine balance between effective silence and too long a silence that either indicates to an audience that the speaker has problems or allows the audience to get restless. As you get more...
Communication Skills – Leaders and Managers
by Trish Springsteen | Feb 24, 2010 | Business, Communication, Leadership, Public Speaking, Women in BusinessFrom my perspective the underlying issue that never changes and links both leaders and managers is communication. Regardless of how you define a leader or how you define a manager the basic issue is how they communicate between each other, to superiors and to staff....
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