You are standing near the stage and your name is called, after a great introduction some power person shared with your expectant audience.
Your Chief Info Security VP has just handed the baton to you at your corporate quarterly town hall meeting with 200 senior execs.
Your Read more [...]
Stories make your message stick whether you’re talking to your Board of Directors, inspiring your team, or chatting with your family.
Recently I used this story-telling formula in a webinar for my National Speakers Association. This equation resonated as their best take-away, so I’m sharing it Read more [...]
You are the CEO of your business, whether you are the business owner or you’re part of the executive team, or you’re a solopreneur.
Your financial capital will increase if you have high relationship capital.
Q: What is relationship capital?
A: The intangible capital that can be an asset Read more [...]
You want to capture your audience. You want to make a difference. You want to give your presentation without throwing up.
Then don’t make these three most common presentation mistakes.
Too much stuff on your visuals.
Yesterday I worked with an executive on a presentation he is Read more [...]
Hard to recall your second kiss, your third car, or your fourth trip.
But you DO remember your first … kiss, car, fill in the blank.
That’s because it happened first!
To give a compelling presentation – have a killer opening.
Do NOT begin with, “Good morning. My name is Karen Cortell Read more [...]