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11 Rules to Follow for Powerful Presentations is our topic on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Though it’s important to be credible and knowledgeable, speakers must also be interesting, exciting and motivating. From an introduction that will capture your audience’s attention to an ending that will leave them wanting more, it’s important to structure your speech and perfect your delivery. Be energized by what your present and learn to give take-aways on very practical things about writing and how to use writing talent to build and share stories that inspire people to act on behalf of any organization. Great balance of strategic/big thinking and practical. This show is sponsored by Apple Capital Group, Inc. #applecapital #thecorebusiness
In this Special Edition of The PRF Table, in collaboration with the New York Theological Seminary Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program, you will hear from three DMin candidates who will introduce their "finished" work to the community and to the world.
This will be an LIVE broadcast from the "new" Bethel Baptist Church, 3200 28th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35207 at 1:30pm Central Standard Time (2:30pm Eastern Standard Time).
Martha Valencia Jones Bouyer will speak from MINISTERING BEYOND THE VILLAGE WALLS: SUPPORT FOR YOUTH AGING OUT OF FOSTER CARE;
Rev. Margo D. Coker, PhD will speak from A CLARION CALL FOR SPIRITUAL FORMATION TRAINING: NURTURING INDIVIDUAL AND CONGREGATIONAL SPIRITUAL GROWTH; and
Rev. Carolyn M. McKinstry, PhD will speak from RECONCILIATION: PREPARING FOR THE KINGDOM OF GOD.
Marketing Fever radio takes on presentation skills. We'll talk with Marge Uhlarik-Boller, an accomplished educator, theatre director, actor, and presentation coach, about 5 essential skills every executive or sale person can learn from actors to make killer presentations.
While there are tons written about how to develop a good presentation using PowerPoint or other presentation tools, we'll talk about how Uhlarik-Boller coaches executives and especially sales people to be a memorable presenter.
4:3 versus 16:9? PowerPoint, Keynote or Prezi? If you don’t know the answers, now is the time to spice up your presentations and learn about how to really engage your audience. We’re talking best practices and even a few horror stories in this episode. And check out today's Chef's Table segment to learn more about FLOSS.
Special Guest(s): Brandt Krueger, Director, Technology and Video Production, metroConnections
Hosted by Monica Cornetti - Rated #2 Gamification Guru in the world by UK based Leaderboarded
The key to delivering effective Gamified training is in the design of the activities you use throughout the session.
The right ingredients mixed into your learning activities should allow the participants to acquire knowledge and skill, rather than merely receive it (think active not passive.)
Activities should be relevant, challenging, and fun so participants want to interact with you and each other. Know your players and mix the appropriate amount of competition, collaboration, group and individual quests, challenges, and achievements.
In low- or no-tech gamification you have many options to get your participants building, creating, drawing, reflecting, discussing, debating, sharing, competing, collaborating… in reality the combination of possibilities is endless. Find ways to recognize, reward, share, gift, achieve status, etc. n
This week - key take aways from Level 3 of the Game the System™ design adventure you'll learn:
7 things to do to introduce AWESOME activities
Begin with a Bang - The 15 Minute Principle
3 basic guidelines for sequencing
Examples of activities you can use this week
About Your Host: A gamification keynote speaker and curriculum designer, Monica Cornetti is ranked as the #2 Gamification Guru in the world by UK based Leaderboarded. She hosts this weekly Gamification Talk Radio program, as well as author of the book Totally Awesome Training Activity Guide: Put Gamification to Work for You. Monica’s niche is non-technical gamification used in the corporate environment. Connect with Monica (@monicacornetti) www.monicacornetti.com
George Torok was a shy student who wanted to be high school president but was too afraid to give a speech. Today he is a professional speaker delivering speeches across North America and in Asia. He once gave a speech on a moving train. Don’t worry, he didn’t fall off. He was on the inside.
He has trained hundreds of MBA students and thousands of people to deliver more effective presentations. He coaches executives to speak like leaders. He helped one CEO close a $10 million deal.
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Learn how to create award-winning, jaw-dropping, audience inspiring presentations. Public presentations are the fastest and most inexpensive way to get out in front of your clients easily, inexpensively and explode your expertise. BUT, you need to know just how to package your expertise so your audience recognizes your brilliance. Craft your presentation, and understand how to create a call to action that not only generates interest, but converts your ideal clients right on the spot!
As Mompreneurs, finding the balance between raising a family and growing your business is always a challenge. Every other Tuesday on Managing Mompreneur Mayhem Cena Block offers great advice for moms in business for themselves. Find her at Sane Spaces.com or as Cena Block or SaneSpaces on all social media outlets!
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Join Cena every other Tuesday for a lunch and learn episode on how to run and manage your business better! Or download episodes at any time!
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Vince Lancella founded Speak Freely in 2011 after having built and worked at several businesses. The knowledge that he now shares during his presentations and workshops is a combination of his acuity for sales and customer service coupled with his genuine interest in helping others.
Whether your interest is in speaking before a group, growing your customer base, being able to network more effectively, close more sales, or all of the above, Vince is "the guy" to teach you the skills you seek. He is an award-winning speaker and strategic business owner.
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Tonight's was originally planned to be a show dedicated to a special guest. But instead there was a robust discussion of a variety of topics, chiefly about the how media covers (and doesn't cover) the issues of child abuse and trauma. We also talked about the important role played by reliable government statistics. Criticism of how media and government presentations was directed at our ability as a group to impress upon the general public that the issues we cover, child abuse and trauma, are as important to them as almost anything else we consider a priority to address in America. Bill Murray, NAASCA founder, was joined by Carol Levine from New Jersey, our cio-host, and by Max "from Montana." Tonight's show featured NAASCA panelist's thoughts and ideas about how to engage the public and provide resources, services and programs to anyone with an interest in fighting against child abuse and trauma.
Host Lori Wilk celebrates and welcomes Jim Kokocki, the 2014-2015 President of Toastmasters International to this live call-in episode of Successipes. Join the conversation at 347.237.5638. Toaatmasters has a long history of helping business people to learn and build their speaking skills which are proven to be essential for busines and personal success. As a professional speaker who has made presentations in more than 350 cities, Lori Wilk embraces and welcomes Toastmasters and encourages others to take those steps to building speaking skills .
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Doctor Prepper hosts Critical Preparedness Radio live talk show on Friday afternoon to help listeners become prepared or get better prepared for the uncertain future.
Co-host Rich Fleetwood, owner of www.SurvivalRing.org, the largest preparedness content site on the Internet, adds more than 20 years of survival experience.
Today’s show will feature an interview with Col. (retired) Richard Earl Broome, a nationally recognized expert on the subjects of preparedness and survival.
Richard entered the Army as a private and retired 27 years later as a full Colonel!
His service included many diverse experiences including: serving in the 9th Infantry Div., working directly for General “Stormin Norman” Schwarzkopf, serving on the Staff/Faculty at West Point, and serving on the White House National Security Council staff and the crisis management leadership teams for 2 presidents.
After military service, he held management positions at the NASDAQ, Computer Sciences Corporation and Booz Allen Hamilton for the next 19 years.
Richard is a prolific writer, having published 2 suspense novels about preparedness and survival, Leaving The Trees and Good Crazy. He has written more than 60 articles and major conference presentations about the many threats facing our society and how we can defend ourselves. His 3 most recent articles are: “The Coming Cyber War,” and “Building a Culture of Preparedness.”
Currently a professor at Montana State, teaching courses about leadership, management, and professionalism.