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Paul Barton
Internal Communications Author and Consultant, Public Speaking and Crisis Communication Workshop Leader. https://paulbartonabc.com/
Internal Communications Author and Consultant, Public Speaking and Crisis Communication Workshop Leader. https://paulbartonabc.com/
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Here’ to new beginnings! #HappyNewYear2019
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We’re partnering once again with the Phoenix Business Journal and offering a business presentation skills workshop.

Exclusive Discount: Use offer code SPEAK when checking out to receive a 20% discount.

#publicspeaking #publicspeakingcoach #publicspeakingworkshop #publicspeakingskills #publicspeakingtraining #leaderdevelopment

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Grab a cup of coffee, put your feet up on the desk, and get caught up on our podcasts and webinars that you may have missed.

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Guest blogger Bev Mahone says there are lots of experts who are very knowledgeable and they present interesting information but sometimes their presentation skills are less than average. She offers tips to help you present like a pro.

#publicspeaker #leadership #businesspresebtations #presentationskills

https://phoenixpublicspeaking.com/subject-public-speaker/
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Audience analysis is crucial to a successful presentation, especially when there are cultural considerations. #publicspeaking

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Employees are looking for a "high-touch meets high-tech" benefits communication approach. Employers should pursue strategies that seamlessly transition employees among online, telephonic and in-person communication channels, according to their needs and preferences. This approach should be flexible, interactive and personalized, offering alerts and reminders that are tailored to important benefit "to-do" lists. #internalcommunications #employeebenefits

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Authenticity is crucial in today’s public speaking. We’ve become very skeptical of slick presentations and fast talkers. Having a few flubs in an unscripted presentation is far more effective than reading a perfect statement.
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