From time to time I have requests from leaders that have to do with becoming better communicators. I plan to post a series of articles on this page that will address this topic. Ideally I'll want to post them about every two weeks.
Posted December 25th, from Presentation Zen site.
(10) Posted November 25th.
Posted November 25th A great blog article on can listeners multi-task (they cannot, for it is a myth) and what does it mean for presenters to use styles that allow "apparent multi-tasking.
Posted November 25th
A great blog article on can listeners multi-task (they cannot, for it is a myth) and what does it mean for presenters to use styles that allow "apparent multi-tasking.
(9) Posted October 4th.
Here is a practical encouragement on how to continue developing as a creative communicator. It comes from:
(8) Posted September 19th.
Here is a past post on how Attention Spans are getting shorter and shorter and what that means for our communication.
And check out this article:
Myths of Preaching from the Out of Ur website.
(7) Posted March 1st.
Here is a great link to a post by Michael Hyatt on the tools he uses to make presentations. He is the president and CEO of ThomasNelson publishers. If you are not using this stuff, it is time to update.
(6) Posted December 1st.
The Exceptional Presenter - Review/Essay
(5) Posted October 2nd.
Here is a very nice article on eloquence from John Piper.
(4) Posted September 19, 2008
This one is an article on why story is powerful along with some suggestions for you to become a better story teller.
(3) Posted on September 12, 2008
This one is pdf from Mark Sayers, author of Trouble With Paris. It is very good.
You can also check this out on his site as well. See the right hand column where I have sites listed.
(2) Here is a short story about my journey as a communicator. Posted August 26, 2008
(1) Here is a blog site assessing some of the best communicator in 2006.
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