What makes a great leader is often great presentation skills
Executive Presence is more than leadership ability – it is multi-faceted!
Hello and welcome to this week’s EP tip.
Great leaders know how to keep their presentations tight. What does that mean? How do they do it?
Great leaders know that to be concise means answering the following vital questions early on: in their presentation: why, what, who, when, where and how. Then, they follow up with only the evidence that supports their vital points. They don’t add anything peripheral which would dilute their message.
Robert Greenleaf was quoted as saying, “Many attempts to communicate are nullified by saying too much.”
Learn more about this important skill by reading the article written by my colleague, Barry Kuntz entitled, ‘Structure Your Presentation for Impact.’ Just follow the link below.
See you again soon!