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Shakespeare 400 Years On Remains The Communication Master

In 2016 we continue to celebrate a genius writer that passed away 4 centuries ago. Of course I’m referring to the talent, the passion and the skill of William Shakespeare. So why are his plays and many works so enduring, why is he still celebrated today? The bard used fictional characters within great stories, epic … Continued

How To Manage A Mistake When Presenting

Presenting, whether it is to a few colleagues or a huge audience, can be a daunting experience, and one seemingly full of pitfalls. A potential mistake and slips of the tongue could occur anywhere. Here Henry gives his advice on what to do if you make a mistake when giving a presentation: Experts make mistakes … Continued

The Big Three

Recently I was coaching a client for an upcoming presentation. He’s smart. He knows what he wants to say and what he stands for. He’s good at his job and wants to keep strengthening his team’s skills. And he wants to get his ideas across with clarity and impact. Here are some tips that are … Continued

Presenting Articulately

“The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference. The opposite of art is not ugliness, it’s indifference. The opposite of faith is not heresy, it’s indifference. And the opposite of life is not death, it’s indifference.” –       Elie Wiesel   We’ve all been there, or seen someone who’s been there – addressing an audience … Continued