You’ll find out what I’ve learned over three decades of speechwriting, speaking and communications strategy. And you’ll meet some guests with their own wisdom to share on reaching audiences with powerful messages.
Niches are great places to develop a deep understanding of audience and subject matter, and to build community… but they can get pretty insular. Whether you’re a speaker or a speechwriter, here’s how to keep your work fresh, by drawing inspiration from outside your bubble.
Speeches can move audiences, inspire crowds… and help you create new content, quickly and easily! In this episode, we’ll look at 10 ways you can repurpose your next speech into high-impact video, audio, text and images.
When it comes to your organization’s leadership speaking, you have strategic resources in play and strategic values on the line. That makes a pretty good case for a speaking strategy. Here’s how to take the first steps toward crafting one.
The applause from your speech may have faded, but the connection you make with your audience doesn’t have to. Engaging online can help you deepen and broaden your audience relationship, while building a growing network that may become one of your most valuable assets: your platform.
Who are the top performers who need to review their performances so they can improve? Athletes… actors… and speakers like you! This episode, let’s talk about how to review and improve your speaking and your content.
This episode ties together everything we’ve talked about around speech delivery with one big idea for truly powerful speaking: commitment.
Break out of the lectern cage! Make the stage your own… and learn how to use movement to deepen your presentation’s connection to your audience.
When you treat your voice as an instrument (and not an afterthought!) great things happen to your speeches… and to your audiences. This episode we break down three powerful vocal tools: pitch, pace and volume.
For once, the conventional wisdom has it right: eye contact with your audience is powerful. Here’s how to put it to work for you — even when you have to read your speech from the page.