The Body Language Rules: 12 Ways to be a More Powerful Speaker
Discover how to improve your credibility with listeners through your movement, facial expression, and gestures.
As a speaker or presenter, you should always be seeking to develop your skills and effectiveness. Doing so will allow you not only to improve your communication skills, but to increase your impact and influence with stakeholders. (To speak for leadership and maximum influence, download my free cheat sheet, "Leadership Skills: The 5 Essential Speaking Techniques.")
So what are the areas you should be seeking to improve—and how do you know if you've done so? Below are 10 checklists that will help give you killer public speaking skills. Master the skills listed in these public speaking checklists, and you'll be without peer in terms of comfort, confidence, and connecting with listeners for effective presentations.
Develop Positive Coping Statements like These
Relaxation and Focus
Using Positive Thinking
Time Management and Preparation
Observation of Other Speakers
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