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Storytelling for tech leaders Archana Parmar

Storytelling was never this easy!

In the dynamic landscape of leadership, the fusion of technical skillset with the art of storytelling creates an ultimate combination that transcends traditional boundaries. For individuals with a technical background, embracing storytelling is not a departure from their analytical roots but a strategic evolution toward more impactful and inspiring leadership. In this article, we’ll delve […]

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Speaking skills, articulation

6 Things you must know about articulation

If there’s is something that amazes me the most, it is the power of being articulate. “How some people achieve dramatically different results than others with what seem to be the exact same ingredients.” –Phil M Jones It is as simple as the art and love for cooking. Same ingredients, same quantities yet the taste

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7 Impromptu Tips and Tricks to deliver a Great Speech

What is impromptu speaking? Impromptu speaking is giving an unprepared talk. In any  situation  when a person  simply takes the  floor, selects a subject, and begins, the twist to the tale is that the ideas voiced are unrehearsed and unprepared. The typical characteristic of this form of speech is the unprepared delivery and the suddenness

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Effective verbal communication

7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Verbal Communication Skills

It’s easy to get people’s attention, what counts is getting their interest.”  — A. Philip Randolph  If you haven’t been snoozing the past couple of years, you have likely also noticed an overabundance of electronic tools that are designed to steal your attention and interest. Social media platforms Facetime, Skype, zoom, Webex, teams whatsapp Video games,

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Speaking is controlled breathing. Did you know?

Breathe in- Breathe out Rather I should be saying stomach in- stomach out. That’s how we were designed to breathe by default. The rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall, scientists have discovered for the first time. These effects on behavior depend critically on whether

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Did you know avoiding eye contact kills your speech?

Body language is very important when delivering a speech. Have you ever seen our great leaders fidget or make unnecessary movements while addressing the nation? Since you are the center of attention while making the presentation, you should mind every move that you make so as not to bore or distract the people listening to

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Overcome your fear of public speaking

In a survey done by Dr. Laurie Rozakis, author of Idiots Guide to Public Speaking, it was found that many people are scared to speak before a group. It is the number one fear among Americans, “–and the number 6 is fear of death,” according to Dr. Rozakis. Even the most experienced speaker gets anxious

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