You’ve read about public speaking techniques, now it is time to see them in action. Below are practical public speaking techniques and tips that you can use to hone your presentation skills.
Dick joins #hottakeoftheday podcast host David Ramsden-Wood to discuss self-awareness, leadership and building a team.
Dick spoke via webinar during a DAPL event on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and effective leadership through self-awareness.
The first in a series of two-minute videos to help you speak effectively to groups of any size. This video offers practical advice on overcoming your nerves so you can focus on the audience.
In the second installment of the Speak Powerfully and Effectively Video Series, learn what to do with your hands when you’re speaking.
This is the third video in a series of 2 minute video tips on how to speak powerfully and effectively to groups of any size. Dick’s third tip is to speak to the entire room when speaking.
In the fourth installment of the Speak Powerfully and Effectively video series, Dick Massimilian explains the importance of knowing your point when speaking to an audience.
In this installment, Dick Massimilian explains how effective speakers speak “too loudly.”
Sixth in a video series of tips on how to speak powerfully and effectively, Dick shares tips on how to choose your words economically and know when to stop talking.
In the seventh and final installment of the Speak Powerfully and Effectively video series, learn why it’s important to know your audience in order to make the biggest impact as a speaker.
In this 10-minute guide, Dick Massimilian, author of “How to Lead an Effective Meeting (and get the results you want),” shares his blueprint for leading effective meetings—virtual or in-person—that get you the results you want.
In the first video of a five-installment video series, Dick explains the four reasons people hold meetings…and why one of those reasons should not be on the list!
In the second video of a five-installment video series, Dick covers the importance of having a stated purpose in meetings. The basis of any meeting should be the purpose and intended outcome.
In the third video of a five-installment video series, Dick talks about who you should invite to your meeting and how to avoid inviting the wrong people. Watch the video to learn exactly who to invite to get the intended results.
In the fourth video of a five-installment video series, Dick identifies the “pigs and chickens” for your meeting. He also defines commitment vs. involvement so that you may achieve the results you want for your meeting.
In the fifth and final video of a five-installment video series, Dick covers the “rules of the road.” Watch the video to hear his tips for establishing how the meeting will be conducted and what will be achieved.
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