Avoid graphic humiliation: deliver value from your presentation’s first sentence

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Claire Holgate, pictured here, is a freelance graphic recorder based in the UK. For five long minutes, the graphic recorder’s raised right hand was stalled over the paper in front of her, a stunning demonstration of the speaker’s failure to … Continued

Chilean interviews

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During a recent visit to Chile to collaborate with the local non profit group, Hay Mujeres, I also did interviews with: La Segunda: http://impresa.lasegunda.com/2016/04/05/A/fullpage#slider-13 Women Talk: http://www.women-talk.com/#!/news/266 Professor of Journalism Alejandra Matus at the Universidad Diego Portales: http://comunicacionyletras.udp.cl/periodismo/experta-en-temas-de-comunicacion-y-genero-visita-escuela-de-periodismo-de-la-udp/

How to prepare and deliver a five-minute IGNITE speech

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I confess, I didn’t want to do it. “Ignite” presenters at the March 9th Women Making Change Soireé included Meg Beckel, CEO of the Museum of Nature; Jennifer Flanagan, CEO of Actua; youth engagement expert, Ilona Dougherty; and Informed Opinions’ … Continued

How do you respond to charges of being too aggressive or sensitive?

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Let’s say you’re an intelligent, confident and assertive woman who doesn’t shy away from expressing your opinion: chances are that at one time or another, a colleague may have decided you were “too aggressive.” Or maybe, by politely objecting to … Continued