Blog, performance, Preparation, Public Speaking

Pitch to impress: A how-to guide

Whether you like it or not, in business you need to pitch. In job interviews you’ll be asked a version of “tell me about yourself” – that’s a pitch. In a corporate environment you’ll need to get the board or stakeholders to buy into your project or idea – that’s a pitch. If you’re selling… Continue reading Pitch to impress: A how-to guide

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Blog, body language, fear, performance, Preparation, Public Speaking, training, vocal variety

Get Performance Ready!

Get performance ready with this simple warm-up routine.   You wouldn’t launch into an intensive work-out session at the gym without doing a gentle warm up first, would you? We all know that if we don’t warm up our body before we use it, we are likely to injure ourselves. So why don’t we do… Continue reading Get Performance Ready!

Blog, interviews, Preparation

Bring the best YOU to the interview

Congratulations - you've been invited for a job interview for your dream job! That's already a great achievement. However, the real work is only just beginning. In order to impress in the interview and be actually be offered the job you need prepare, practice and perform. Download the interview preparation worksheet (aussi disponible en français)… Continue reading Bring the best YOU to the interview

Blog, conferences, Meetings, Preparation, Public Speaking, visual aids

Don’t give your power to the PowerPoint!

What’s the first thing most people do when they put a presentation together? They open PowerPoint or Keynote and start fiddling with fonts and begin copying and pasting large amounts of text from a written report. What’s the problem with these presentations? They’re boring! A presenter who recites information from text-heavy slide decks is not… Continue reading Don’t give your power to the PowerPoint!