There are many exciting aspects to leadership: making decisions, growing your staff, setting the vision, etc. Communicating the same message again and again may not be one of them, but it is no less important. Studies show that employees need to hear a message 7 times on average before they really believe the senior management means it and that it is important. Many an organisation has launched a bold new strategy with great fanfare only to find that little really changes in
Okay, as this is the last in the '10 tips' series for meetings, here are 2 to finish with: 1. Debrief with self and others after a meeting. What went well, what didn't work? How could you do it differently next time? Of course, this is a really helpful thing to do not just after meetings but after pitches, projects, programmes, etc. It's amazing how many companies have to relearn the same lessons because they don't review. Incidentally, choose objective and constructive peopl
Good presentation tip from the HBR-
To project confidence, use one of these hand positions:
• Hold the ball - to displaysconfidence and control.
• Palms up - to show openness and honesty, and a willingness to connect.
• Pyramid - to show focus.
Adapted from “6 Ways to Look More Confident During a Presentation,” by Kasia Wezowski #Presenting #PublicSpeaking