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Add Fuel To The Fire

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You are a high achiever.

You aspire to do well.

There’s a fire raging inside you.

But when you step out to present, the fire backfires.

Effective communication can spell the difference between success and failure.

Communication, without a doubt, is a crucial aspect of business operations. Without an effective system of communication in place, you will have difficulty in achieving goals and even in functioning properly.

Paul J. Meyer said, “Communication – the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.”

From sales pitches to training lectures, good presentation and public speaking skills are key to many influential roles in today’s business world. The good news about presenting is that you can improve with practice.

A mere 7% of comprehension from an audience is based on what was communicated and 93% is based on how it was communicated. Presentation matters a lot!

So, how about adding some tips and techniques that will add fuel to your fire.

Ready to fire!

Impact Presentation Skills Programme – Empower your Team Today!

Learn More: http://parichay-india.in/ips.pdf

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Earn your stripes!

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The tiger cannot change its stripes, or the leopard its spots.

But teams can earn their stripes when they take a leap in their communication skills.

Communication is at the cornerstone of business efficiency. It is no longer a luxury but rather a necessity.

From sales pitches to training lectures, good presentation and public speaking skills are key to many influential roles in today’s business world.

A mere 7% of comprehension from an audience is based on what was communicated and 93% is based on how it was communicated. Presentation matters a lot!

The good news about presenting is that you can improve with practice.

As entrepreneur Brian Tracy said, “Communication is a skill that you can learn. It’s like riding a bicycle or typing. If you’re willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of every part of your life.”

So, develop your presentation instincts.

Show your true colours!

Impact Presentation Skills Programme – Empower your Team Today!

Learn More: http://parichay-india.in/ips.pdf

www.parichay-india.in

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All Bark And No Bite

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Like they say, every dog has his day, and so does every presenter.

And cometh the hour, cometh the man, the audience hears the bark but fails to feel the bite.

Presentation is a complex combination of many components that have to jaw together.

Presenters face teething issues, but with proper tools and techniques, it’s a walk in the park.

From sales pitches to training lectures, good presentation and public speaking skills are key to many influential roles in today’s business world. The good news about presenting is that you can improve with practice.

A mere 7% of comprehension from an audience is based on what was communicated and 93% is based on how it was communicated. Presentation matters a lot!

A dog is known to be man’s best friend.

Presentation Skills are not far behind.

Impact Presentation Skills Programme – Empower your Team Today!

Learn More: http://parichay-india.in/ips.pdf

www.parichay-india.com

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Are meetings meeting their purpose?

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You’ve probably heard the adage, “There’s nothing certain in life, except death, taxes and meetings.”

If you look at the statistics, the average time spent in meetings is staggering:

Most business people spend approximately 25 percent of their time in meetings.
Middle managers often spend at least two days out of every week in meetings.
It’s not unusual for executives to be in meetings for up to a whopping four days a week!

We’ve all been there.

We’re sitting in back-to-back hour-long informational meetings. We try to sit attentively as waves of information are poured over us in report after report. Eventually, we realize the meeting is coming to a close and no decisions are being made.

We’re bored, we’re tired, and we think: “This whole meeting could have been an email.

But while those hours in the conference room are unavoidable, they don’t have to be a waste of your time. In fact, by employing a few simple strategies, you can make meetings work to your advantage.

From sales pitches to training lectures, good presentation and public speaking skills are key to many influential roles in today’s business world. The good news about presenting is that you can improve with practice.

A mere 7% of comprehension from an audience is based on what was communicated and 93% is based on how it was communicated. Presentation matters a lot!

Create a new unheard excitement amongst your team when they hear, “Meeting”

Impact Presentation Skills Programme – Empower your Team Today!

Learn More: http://parichay-india.in/ips.pdf

www.parichay-india.com

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Teaming Up

People are seeking to learn all the time. They read books, listen to thought leaders, get coached, and of course learn from experience. Those with a keen eye find that every observation and interaction offers an opportunity for learning to a fertile mind which is ready to absorb the knowledge overflowing in life.

Every interaction is a learning experience and any group activity offers a rich cluster of lessons.

Any group activity needs purpose, planning and execution. And all these within a framework of teamwork which can make the difference between winning and losing.

Purpose: It almost seems absurd that you can have a team engaged without a purpose. However we have seen two key areas of deficiency. One is clarity of purpose and the other is lack of communication. You may come across groups which are feverishly committed to be together but have little idea why they have come together. They fail to achieve anything significant other than being a social interaction platform. Some groups start with a well-defined purpose but the lack of proper communication or the continued communication of purpose gradually erases the primary reason of their association.

Leadership: Whether the group is made of two or two hundred, leadership or the lack of it makes its presence or absence felt. Good leaders will be communicative, assertive, encouraging, inspiring, guiding, selfless, and lead from the front. Weak leaders will be poor in communication, unsure, wavering, self-centred, and play favourites. Leadership has something unique about it. The leader may be visible or invisible, but leadership is always omnipresent in any group.

Execution: The success of any venture or group’s purpose is measured by its execution. It is the team the members, the way they perform individually and in tandem, and the team spirit is what determines the outcome. Good leaders and passionate team members still follow the proverbial rule of a rotten apple and keep the team free of one. Purpose and Leadership ensures the team is on track and meets its goals.

Teams are a collection of individuals and individuals performing well collectively make a great team which achieve great results. So it boils down to individuals: how they see their role and how they contribute.

Some want to do it, from some you have to get it done. Some want to do it well, while some need others to get out the best from them. Some want to win, and some want to participate. Some look at what they have to do, while some see what the team needs to do collectively to win.

Great team performances are a result of a combination of the three key factors and the team players who make the final difference. Team members committed to give their best do not wait to be summoned or reminded of what they are expected to do. They in fact are constantly looking at how they can improve their contribution towards the team cause. And it is this approach and attitude from each of them that makes the team unbeatable.

So ask yourself the key question: Do you voluntarily give your best or has it to be extracted out of you?

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