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Basics of Public Speaking or Presenting

Basics Of Public Speaking or Presenting
By Clare Munn

I speak a lot and am always surprised when I hear the presentation was of interest. I know I am not afraid of public speaking, and I know I am passionate about subjects other people are curious about too. However, I never for one minute assume my presentations will be ‘powerful’ – I always assume people are busy and have short attention spans due to current day-to-day culture. Therefore, I’ve been thinking quite a lot about how one gives a powerful presentation.

What is the definition of a ‘powerful presentation?’ In my eyes, it’s when a crowd gathers after the presentation to ask more questions. And you are invited to give the same speech elsewhere by someone in the audience or the sponsors of the event.

Most lecturers and “gurus” on the subject would be content to rattle off helpful directives on the topic, each one being a derivation of the same theme. Read the Complete Article

Basic Project Management Steps: Clarity, Collaboration and Cognition

Basic Project Management Steps: Clarity, Collaboration and Cognition
By Clare Munn

We all know managing projects is really about managing personalities and communication. We also all know styles of personalities are as complicated as different learning styles and as bizarre as various communication styles. Therefore, the approach my company takes is to create some effortless structure; throw in some basic applications and then wrap it with rules that anyone can understand. Once this is in place, we have seen the various personalities (mine included) become less ‘different’ and less of a hindrance on the project, completing it on time and on budget.

There are seven titles here, and even if you don’t have time to read the entire blog, if you simply make sure the seven titles are addressed, you’ll be on the way to a successful outcome.

1. Scope Clarification

  • Make sure the scope of the project is clearly defined in one document called: Internal project scope for ABC Co.
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