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Leading Groups & Making Presentations, Part 1

June 16, 2018

People will read all kinds of great things into you if you can perform well in front of groups – intelligence, charisma, professionalism…

Rich Drinon Leadership Communication

SDS presentation-creationLeading Groups & Making Presentations

Many things can be gained by learning to communicate in front of groups, including confidence, recognition and respect.  Many positive characteristics will be attributed to you if you can stand in front of a group, talk intelligently about a subject and field questions in an effective manner. The purpose of this three– part article is to help you better lead group meetings, present to various size audiences and make a great presentation.

Managing Command, Credibility & Control Issues in Groups

In order to lead or command, you must be able to communicate with credibility and authority.   You’re most likely to be perceived as credible when your non-verbal, vocal and verbal communication match.   When you send a mixed message, you run the risk of being misunderstood, distrusted and even disliked.  It’s also vital that you be able to maintain control when leading groups. Here are some…

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