- Suss them out: Not sure who you're up against in a negotiation? You can plant a "trust land mine" to get your bargainer to reveal more.
- Speechless: Thanks to some notes he made, we get a glimpse of a speech President Eisenhower never gave.
- Will you ever be taken seriously? If you're always the youngest person in the meeting room, that's a fair question. Some great tactics here for anyone to use in speaking to the powerful.
- Heckle this: Michelle Obama confronted a heckler--and won the exchange. Here's my take on five things you can learn about handling hecklers when you speak.
- Don't just Google it: Google employees teach one another professional skills. Here are tips on how to present the next great idea from inside the place that has plenty of them.
- September in Brussels: After the great experience I had keynoting the International Speechwriting Conference in London last month, I'm especially pleased to say I'll be chairing the autumn meeting of the same group in September in Brussels.
- About the quote: Inspiration for you to remember before your next speech, from our Pinterest board of quotes for public speakers.
Monday, June 10, 2013
Readers who follow The Eloquent Woman on Facebook are already used to seeing the "extras" I share there: links to good reads, resources and ideas from other sources, in addition to posts from the blog. I'm summarizing that extra content and putting it here on the blog, so all readers can benefit. Here's a look at the week just past: