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Posts Tagged ‘presentations

22
Nov

What percentage of the information you share daily is delivered as one-way messages that you transmit without checking how the message lands? I asked this of an audience recently and most of the people in the room answered 80 percent or higher. How would you answer? It’s a major problem if you’re only communicating to […]

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21
Feb

There are almost infinite posts in the blogosphere about how to give better presentations. If you want good ones, try www.PublicWords.com by Dr. Nick Morgan. Today, I’m dedicating this space not to giving presentations but instead to receiving them. While I would give most presenters at least a passing grade, I would fail most teams […]

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25
Mar

  In my previous post, I complained about people who transmit one-way messages and think they’ve communicated.  You can read the full post here. Essentially, the point is that transmitting a message without confirming whether or not it was received and, more importantly, how it was interpreted means you haven’t really communicated at all.  But […]

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