The Marketing Bureau


Specialist Marketing & Communications Resourecs

07

May

Presentation Skills Training



Next to Spiders and Heights, the fear of getting up on our hind legs and addressing a group of people, of any size, seems to be one of the greatest fears facing people.
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19

Nov

5 Ways To Get Speaking Engagements....



....To Market Your Business

by Susan Baroncini-Moe  
First Published on marketingprofs.com


Speaking is one of the best ways to get the word out about your company, especially for service-based businesses. As a public speaker, you share your expertise, gain credibility, and engage with your audience in a direct, relevant way that often leads to growing your business. But getting speaking engagements can be tough, and many would-be public speakers struggle to find opportunities. Here are five ways to get speaking engagements that market your business. Read more >>

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23

Mar

I Can See You Naked!



Presentation Skills Training

ANCIENT FOLKLORE:  
 

In the ancient folklore of Presentation instruction, it was widely held that visualising your audience naked helped to reduce nervousness.   The concept lingers to this day.  

Warning!   If you're a presenter, a naked audience is not going to improve your concentration!   Eye contact is going to be a real problem for you.   And you're going to be very self conscious about the $2,000 designer suit you're wearing!  

New rule!   Never speak to a naked audience.   It can be distracting.  

Now read on to find out how The Marketing Bureau can deliver the most effective Presentation Skills Training on the market. Read more >>

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22

Feb

The Essence of a Great Presentation


By Whitney Johnson
First Published on
hbr.org

Last week, I played the piano for my friend Macy Robison’s cabaret-style recital Children Will Listen. The 1,400-seat Browning Centre auditorium at Weber State University was sold out. The crowd loved her. I played exceptionally well, but the outcome could have been very different. Read more >>

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