Leadership You Can Speak Like a Leader

Leadership: You can project authority and confidence and demonstrate leadership every time you speak
Leadership You Can Speak Like a Leader
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Leadership You Can Speak Like a Leader

What you’ll learn

Speak with the confidence and authority of a leader
Project competence
Present ideas in an understandable manner
Make your key ideas memorable to your audience
Selling with stories
Virtual Sales presentations
Remote selling
Delivering bad news to customers
Communicating to Drive Change
Purpose driven leader
Big Picture thinking – Thinking like a CEO
How to speak like a Vigilant Leader
Speak like a leader
Influence like a leader

Leadership You Can Speak Like a Leader


Students will need to record themselves speaking using a cellphone camera or webcam
A desire to be a great communicator
A need to master selling with stories
A desire to improve an organization by communicating to drive change
A desire to communicate like a Vigilant Leader


Leadership is what makes great organizations great. Imagine that every time you speak, people perceive you as a confident and authoritative leader and as embodying leadership. Wouldn’t it be nice to know that you can speak in a confident manner and in a way that is instantly understandable and memorable to your audience?   In this leadership course you will learn the following:  * How to avoid the most common speaking blunders that undermine the authority  * How to project leadership every time you speak* How to increase eye contact with your audience   * How to structure your presentation so that you don’t seem like a mid-level bureaucrat   * How to prepare in the least amount of time possible   This course is delivered primarily through spoken lectures. Because the skill you are learning is speaking-related, it only makes sense that you learn through speaking.   The Leadership skill you will learn in this class is not primarily theoretical or academic. It is a skill that requires physical habits. That is why you will be asked to take part in numerous exercises where you record yourself speaking on video, and then watching yourself. Learning presentation skills is like learning how to ride a bicycle. You simply have to do it numerous times and work past the wobbling and falling-off parts until you get it right.  This course contains numerous video lectures plus several bonus books for your training library.   TJ Walker has been coaching and training people on their presentation skills for 30 years. Now, through the power of Udemy’s online platform, he is able to give you the same high-quality training that he gives in person to CEOs, Fortune 500 executives, and Presidents of countries. Only you can now receive the training at a tiny fraction of the normal fee for in-person training.   How long this course takes is up to you. The longest part of the course involves you speaking on video, critiquing yourself, and doing it over until you like it. But if you get to the point where you love how you look and sound when you present it will be well worth the time spent. And having this skill will save you time for all future presentations in your life.   You can begin improving your Leadership presentation skills right now. You may have an opportunity to speak out as soon as tomorrow, so why waste another day worried that your presentation skills are not up to high standards? Enroll in this course today.”5 Stars! Mr. Walker is an example of a great communicator with gravitas. He gives me hope that I have hope to improve and grow in my journey to communicate well.” Udemy student Richard KingThere is a 100% Money-Back Guarantee for this course. And the instructor also provides an enhanced guarantee.What others say:“TJ Walker’s single-minded devotion to presentation has made him the #1 expert for executives seeking guidance on speaking to the public and media.” Bob Bowdon, Anchor/Reporter, Bloomberg Television“TJ Walker is the leading media trainer in the world.” Stu Miller, Viacom News Producer(TJ Walker’s Media Training Worldwide) “The world’s leading presentation and media training firm.”Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Channel AnchorThis course will also teach you the following skills: how to be seen as a purpose driven leader, communicating to drive change, delivering bad news to customers, selling with stories and virtual sales presentations. This course is also great for the aspiring vigilant leader.Sign up today!


Section 1: Great Leaders Mobilize People Through Speeches and Presentations

Lecture 1 Leaders Speak With Confidence and Authority

Lecture 2 Please Introduce Yourself

Section 2: Leading People to Accept New Ideas

Lecture 3 You Will Get People to Take Action To Reach Your Goals

Lecture 4 Your Stories Will Stick in the Memories of the Audience

Lecture 5 Leaders Never Use PowerPoint as a Crutch

Lecture 6 Exciting New Update to this Course

Lecture 7 The Real Secret to Leadership Communication

Section 3: Housekeeping Matters

Lecture 8 7 Steps For Getting the Most Out of this Course

Lecture 9 Before We Start, Here is the #1 Tip to Improving Your Communication Skills

Lecture 10 Who is TJ Walker?

Lecture 11 Your Questions Will Be Answered Here, In Video

Lecture 12 $10,000 Guarantee This Course Will Make You a Better Communicator

Section 4: Closing Thoughts

Lecture 13 Conclusion

Lecture 14 Time to Give TJ a Piece of Your Mind

Section 5: You Can Be a Communication Skills Master

Lecture 15 Quick Wins! The High Tech Way to Perfect Communication

Lecture 16 Listening is Key (and why this isn’t just a public speaking course)

Lecture 17 Become part of the top 1% of communicators right now!

Lecture 18 Good news, the problems we think we have, aren’t real

Lecture 19 Communications skills are the most important skills for success

Lecture 20 Direct versus indirect communication

Lecture 21 Let’s hop in with something new. Big Business Communications

Section 6: Customer Communication Skills For Your Consumer Life

Lecture 22 Communicate your message to companies, big and small, to get them to take action

Lecture 23 One person can get a huge corporation to pay attention and make things right

Lecture 24 This video ruined the weekend of Executives at a major Phone Company

Lecture 25 Here’s what really happened.

Lecture 26 Never Let Any Company Have the Final Word with you again

Section 7: Accomplish Exactly What You Want With Assertive, Persuasive Communication

Lecture 27 Here is how you get Exactly Want you Want

Lecture 28 Master the Key to Motivation and Persuasion

Lecture 29 Nobody Cares About You, and That’s OK

Lecture 30 See It, Taste It, Touch It, Feel It, Be It – Selling with Your Story

Lecture 31 The Ultimate in Confidence builder – Seeing is believing

Lecture 32 It’s Easy to pass a Test when the Answer Is right in front of you

Section 8: A Few More Communication Fundamentals and You will Be Ready for Anything…

Lecture 33 You Are Normal to Fear Communicating In Some Circumstances

Lecture 34 The Power of the Positive

Lecture 35 Debunking the Myth of Charisma

Lecture 36 Never Fall for These Communication Gimmicks Again!

Lecture 37 Here is where You decide if You are serious about improving your skills

Section 9: If You are in A Hurry and Only Have 1 Hour, Start Here

Lecture 38 Quick Wins! The Secret to Using Speaker Notes Effectively

Lecture 39 Avoiding The Initial Wrong Turn Most Speakers and Presenters Make

Lecture 40 Developing Expert Judgment for Your Public Speaking and Presenting Opportunities

Lecture 41 The Radical Yet Simple Solution To Finding Great Messages

Lecture 42 Your Stories Will Make Your Ideas Unforgettable

Lecture 43 Your PowerPoint Will Create Engagement, Not Slumber

Lecture 44 Building an Ethical Cheat Sheet Just for You

Lecture 45 This Is The Do Or Die Moment For Your Speaking Improvement

Lecture 46 There Is a Perfect Test for Your Speech Or Presentation

Lecture 47 I Will give You a Personalized Professional Presentation Critique Right Here

Lecture 48 Continuing Your Path of Public Speaking and Presentation Skills Improvement

Section 10: Speaking Skills for Kids (and their parents)

Lecture 49 Public Speaking for Kids and Parents Overview

Lecture 50 Kids Communication Goals

Lecture 51 Kids Top Five

Lecture 52 Kids and Passion

Lecture 53 Examples

Lecture 54 Cheat Sheet

Lecture 55 Public Speaking for Kids 1st Video Rehearsal

Lecture 56 Public Speaking for Kids 2nd Video Rehearsal

Lecture 57 Public Speaking for Kids 3rd Video Rehearsal

Lecture 58 Kids Conclusion

Section 11: Business Communication Skills for Job Interviews

Lecture 59 Establishing Your Job Interview Goals

Lecture 60 Research and Preparation for the Job Interview

Lecture 61 How to Dress for the Interview

Lecture 62 How to Make Small Talk

Lecture 63 Tell Me About Yourself

Lecture 64 The Proper Job Interview Mindset

Lecture 65 The Strategy Memo

Lecture 66 Rehearse Your Interview on Video

Lecture 67 Ask for the Job

Section 12: Workplace Communication: You Can Speak Up at Meetings!

Lecture 68 How to Speak Up at Meetings Overview

Lecture 69 Asking Questions the Right Way

Lecture 70 Using Notes Effectively In Meetings

Lecture 71 Risk Assessment

Lecture 72 Be Conversational

Lecture 73 Exude Confidence

Lecture 74 Conclusion

Section 13: Workplace Communication: Effectively Deliver Criticism – Business Communication

Lecture 75 How to Deliver Criticism in the Workplace Intro

Lecture 76 Start with Praise

Lecture 77 Isolate Exactly What is Wrong

Lecture 78 Give Highly Specific Advice

Lecture 79 End with Positive Context

Lecture 80 Workplace Video Rehearsal

Lecture 81 Criticism in the Workplace Conclusion

Section 14: Listening Skills: The Ultimate Business Communication Soft Skill for Leaders

Lecture 82 Quick Wins – The Cell Phone Secret to Good Listening Skills

Lecture 83 Stacking the Listening Environment in Your Favor

Lecture 84 The Telephone Listening Trap Will Never Catch You Again

Lecture 85 Housekeeping Note Sometimes You should Turn OFF Your Listening Skills

Lecture 86 Setting Just One Agenda Item Listening

Lecture 87 It Is Incredibly Easy to See How Well You Are Listening – Test

Lecture 88 It’s Even Easier to Listen When You Do This…

Lecture 89 Using Your Most Effective Body Language Tool

Lecture 90 The Best Listening Body Language From the Neck Down

Lecture 91 Reading the Speaker’s Body

Lecture 92 Connecting At the Emotional Level with Your Colleague To Hear All

Lecture 93 Mastering the Art Of NOT Interrupting

Lecture 94 Asking for Clarification Is A Great Form Of Listening

Lecture 95 Engaging In Conversation At Just the Right Time

Lecture 96 Strong Listening Creates Strong Reactions From You

Lecture 97 Honing Your Sense of Timing and Judgment to Make You a Great Listener

Lecture 98 Using The Magic of Pen and Paper Tools To Your Advantage

Lecture 99 Summarizing the Conversation Is Great for You and Your Colleague

Lecture 100 The One-Page Email Memo Summary Aces the Listening Skills Test – Every Time!

Lecture 101 Your New Reputation As a Great Listener!

Section 15: Eliminate Verbal Tics, Uh, Um, Er, Ya Know

Lecture 102 Master the Quickest, Easiest Way to Eliminate Verbal Tics

Lecture 103 Now You Know Where the Tics Come From

Lecture 104 You Are Not Alone

Lecture 105 Hit the Pin, Not the Sand Trap

Lecture 106 Don’t Let the Ding A Ling Get You

Lecture 107 Appear More Confident By Using Smaller Words

Lecture 108 You Will Avoid the Data Dump Blues

Lecture 109 Never Worry About Remembering Again

Lecture 110 The Number 1 Tip for Eliminating Nerves

Lecture 111 A Focus Group To Make You Better

Lecture 112 You Deserve a Personal Coach

Lecture 113 Full Disclosure I am Not a Speech Therapist

Lecture 114 Eliminating the Source of Your Speaking Discomfort Once and For All

Lecture 115 Conclusion You Can Now Speak Without Verbal Tics and Fillers

Section 16: Body Language in the Workplace

Lecture 116 Quick Wins – You Will Look Your Best on FaceTime, Skype, Facebook Live

Lecture 117 The Ultimate Tricky Body Language – Touching

Lecture 118 Big Picture – Make Everyone You Work With Feel Comfortable Working With You

Lecture 119 You’ll Never Fall for These Body Language Myths Again

Lecture 120 You’ll Never Fall for These Body Language Myths Again

Lecture 121 Here Is Exactly What to Do With Your Hands

Lecture 122 The Composed, Confident Video Star

Lecture 123 Never Spotlight Your Blunders and Mistakes Again

Lecture 124 You are Now Ready for Prime Time TV

Lecture 125 The Number 1 Tip for Curing Body Language Problems Is…

Lecture 126 The Real Way to Improve Your Body Language Confidence

Lecture 127 Great Body Language for Your Presentations

Lecture 128 PowerPoint Will Never Turn You Into a Robotic Bore Again

Lecture 129 Confident Briefing to Colleagues and Others

Lecture 130 Keynote Speeches Will Showcase Your Calm and Confidence

Lecture 131 Use a TelePrompTer Like a Network News Anchor

Lecture 132 Networking Like a Pro, Not a Wall Flower

Lecture 133 Making Sure Your Clothes Are Communicating Your Positive Story

Lecture 134 Handshakes, Greetings and Hellos with Poise

Lecture 135 Your Body Language Partner – The Friendly Spotter

Lecture 136 Once Last Chance for a Body Language Personal Critique….

Lecture 137 Congratulations – You are Now Master of Your Own Body Language

Section 17: Using Your Voice As a Communications Tool

Lecture 138 How to Improve Your Voice Overview

Lecture 139 Famous Bad Voices

Lecture 140 How to Improve You Voice by Recording Your Voice

Lecture 141 Diagnosis of Your Own Voice

Lecture 142 Feedback from Others

Lecture 143 Defining Your Exact Problems

Lecture 144 Listen to Natural Conversation

Lecture 145 Practice Again and Record

Lecture 146 Don’t Lower Your Voice

Lecture 147 Practice on Video

Lecture 148 Other Techniques

Lecture 149 How to Improve Your Voice Conclusions

Section 18: Communication Skills for Introducing Yourself

Lecture 150 How to Introduce Yourself Intro

Lecture 151 What NOT to Do

Lecture 152 How to Introduce Yourself The Right Way

Lecture 153 How to Introduce Yourself Video Rehearsal

Lecture 154 Friend Feedback

Lecture 155 How to Introduce Yourself Conclusion

Section 19: Telephone Business Communication Skills

Lecture 156 Quick Wins! Do THIS To Look and Sound Great on Skype Phone Calls

Lecture 157 Never Confuse Personal Phone Use with Business Telephone Use Again

Lecture 158 Why Your Phone is the Best Secret Business App Ever

Lecture 159 Planning Your Successful Phone Environment

Lecture 160 Final Preparation for Your Successful Phone Meetings

Lecture 161 Making Sure Your Phone Passes Your Friend Test

Lecture 162 Planning for Winning Conference Calls

Lecture 163 Look Prime Time Ready for Your Video Calls

Lecture 164 Placing Phone Calls Like the Consummate Professional

Lecture 165 Always Knowing the Best Time to Call Clients and Prospects

Lecture 166 Now You will Never Wake Up a Client in the Middle of the Night

Lecture 167 Answering the Phone so Everybody Knows You are Ready for Business

Lecture 168 No Such Thing As Answering The Phone Too Quickly These Days

Lecture 169 Your Clients Will Never Think You are Screaming At Them Again

Lecture 170 Knowing How to Sound Your Very Best – Every Time

Lecture 171 The Right Way to Put Someone On Hold

Lecture 172 161Making Sure They Only Hear the Magic of Your Voice

Lecture 173 Being a Professional to Every Generation, Regardless of Your Own Preferences

Lecture 174 Best Voicemail Messages for Success

Lecture 175 Take 1, Take 2, Take 3 Until You Get It Right

Lecture 176 Avoiding The Initial Wrong Turn Most Speakers and Presenters Make

Lecture 177 Making Your Phone Disappear At the Perfect Moments

Lecture 178 Tit for Tat and Text for Text

Lecture 179 Better Than the Best Hollywood Goodbyes

Lecture 180 Conclusion – You Are Now a Master of the Telephone for Every Business Situation

Section 20: Business Communication With Your Boss – How To Ask for a Raise

Lecture 181 Ask for a Raise Overview

Lecture 182 Timing

Lecture 183 Ask for an Appointment

Lecture 184 Ask for a Raise Be Positive

Lecture 185 The Future

Lecture 186 The Ask

Lecture 187 What Not to Do

Lecture 188 Competing Job Offers

Lecture 189 Ask for a Raise Video Rehearsal and Conclusion

Section 21: Business Communication – Deliver the Perfect Elevator Pitch

Lecture 190 How to Deliver an Elevator Pitch Intro

Lecture 191 One Big Idea

Lecture 192 Simplify

Lecture 193 Role Models

Lecture 194 2 Key Questions

Lecture 195 The Giveaway

Lecture 196 Watch Bad Elevator Pitches

Lecture 197 How to Deliver an Elevator Pitch Conclusion

Section 22: Storytelling – The MOST Important Communicative Skill

Lecture 198 This DEVICE Is the Single Biggest Difference Between Great Speakers and Awful

Lecture 199 Become a MASTER Storyteller

Lecture 200 How to Use Stories When Giving TECHNICAL Presentations

Lecture 201 Packaging Insights for Your Audience Using Stories

Lecture 202 Don’t Tell Stories, Instead RE-Live Stories Public Speaking

Lecture 203 Message Drives Stories Public Speaking

Lecture 204 Share Your Emotions When telling Your Stories Public Speaking

Lecture 205 What Characters and Conflicts are in Your Story Public Speaking

Lecture 206 What is the setting for Your Story Public Speaking

Lecture 207 Your Speaking Stories Must Contain Dialogue Public Speaking

Lecture 208 Your Story Must have a Resolution Public Speaking

Lecture 209 Advanced Storytelling

Section 23: Use PowerPoint for Business Communication, Not As A Sleep Aid

Lecture 210 You Will Never Give Another PowerPoint Presentation

Lecture 211 The Perfect Starting Point for Any PowerPoint Presentation

Lecture 212 This Will Motivate You Audience to Do Exactly What You Want Them To Do

Lecture 213 What Are Your Motives for Delivering a PowerPoint Presentation

Lecture 214 The Worst Possible Reason To Use PowerPoint Is…

Lecture 215 Double Your PowerPoint, Double Your PowerPoint Pleasure

Lecture 216 The Ultimate 2-Part Test for Every PowerPoint Slide

Lecture 217 The Single Riskiest Thing You Could Ever Do When Delivering a PowerPoint

Lecture 218 The Essential Steps of Creating PowerPoint Presentations

Lecture 219 Your PowerPoint Presentation Must Be Just as Good as Your Q and A Session

Lecture 220 You Must Be Ready for Disaster Striking!

Lecture 221 It’s Not PowerPoint That Is Boring, It Is (look in the mirror

Lecture 222 Never Forget, YOU are the Boss of Your PowerPoint

Lecture 223 Stop Asking Your Audience to Multitask!

Lecture 224 Here Is Exactly What Should Go On Your PowerPoint Slide

Lecture 225 This is How to Use a Graph In a PowerPoint

Lecture 226 Nobody Cares About What Is Easy for You To Do

Lecture 227 Would You Want to read a Book At A Movie Theater

Lecture 228 Your Audience Already Has a Preferred Way of Reading

Lecture 229 The Sequence of Your Presentation Is Key

Lecture 230 Get Your Audience to Focus On One Thing At a Time This Way

Lecture 231 Advancing Slides the Advanced Way

Lecture 232 Want a Remote Control Then Bring Your Own

Lecture 233 Complexity Is Your Enemy

Lecture 234 Ha! Nobody Can See the Bottom Half of Your Slides

Lecture 235 Only Liars Say ‘There Is No time to Rehearse the PowerPoint Presentation’

Lecture 236 If Your PowerPoint Presentation Bores You, Guess Who Else It Bores

Lecture 237 Laser Pointers Should Be Used Like This

Lecture 238 One Image Per Slide Is the Golden Rule

Lecture 239 Never Let PowerPoint Be Your Downer

Lecture 240 Don’t Become a Character In Your Own Horror Movie

Lecture 241 The Perfect Length of time for a PowerPoint Presentation Is…

Lecture 242 This Is How You Cheat To Win On Every PowerPoint Challenge

Lecture 243 Plan Your PowerPoint Preparation This Way

Lecture 244 Test Your PowerPoint On a fresh Set of Eyes and Ears

Lecture 245 If You Don’t Want Your Audience to Ignore Your PowerPoint, Do This

Lecture 246 Answer These Questions Before Using Video In PowerPoint Presentations

Lecture 247 Assume You Are the Only Competent, Trustworthy Person In the World

Lecture 248 Don’t Forget the Occasional Prop

Lecture 249 Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should

Lecture 250 Notes on Special Effects

Lecture 251 The Perfect Way to Start Every PowerPoint Presentation

Lecture 252 Managers Will NEVER Have to Look at boring Employee PowerPoint Again!

Lecture 253 Here Is How to Deliver Somebody Else’s PowerPoint Presentation

Lecture 254 Your PowerPoint Presentation Still Requires Stories

Lecture 255 Never Talk About Your PowerPoint

Lecture 256 Free Focus Group Research to Make all Your PowerPoint Presentations Improve

Lecture 257 The Perfect Number of Bullet Points Per slide Is…

Lecture 258 The Perfect Number of PowerPoint Slides Is…

Section 24: Be Persuasive! Using Your Communication Skills to Persuade

Lecture 259 Quick Win! Increasing Your Odds of a Face to Face Persuasive Presentation

Lecture 260 Always Select Your Best Persuasion Opportunities and Environments

Lecture 261 Learning Persuasion Skills to Beat the Naturals

Lecture 262 Mapping Out Your Finish Line – In Advance!

Lecture 263 Moving the Numbers Game To Your Favor

Lecture 264 The Unique Advantage of Persuasion in the Business World

Lecture 265 Never Bore With Data Dumps Again

Lecture 266 Master the Process Of NOT Telling People Too Much About Your Process

Lecture 267 The 5 Key Messages for Your Persuasion Success

Lecture 268 Your Secret Source of Winning Persuasion Messages

Lecture 269 Note I Probably Shouldn’t Have to Mention This, But Don’t Lie

Lecture 270 Persuade More By talking Less

Lecture 271 There is Nothing Like Seeing Your Persuasion Messages in Text

Lecture 272 More for You, By Not Talking About You

Lecture 273 Here is How You Get People to Remember Your Messages

Lecture 274 Ironing Out the Kinks in Your Persuasion Presentation

Lecture 275 Mastering Persuasive Body Language

Lecture 276 Persuading Yourself to Go Outside of Your Comfort Zone

Lecture 277 The Single Best Way to Prepare for All Persuasion Presentation Opportunities

Lecture 278 Persuasion That Takes 6 Months Is Still Persuasion

Lecture 279 Persuasion Is Sometimes More Effective At the Top Than At The Bottom

Lecture 280 Conquering Your Fear To Pitch Again

Lecture 281 Conclusion You are Now Ready to Persuade!

Section 25: One-On-One Communication Skills

Lecture 282 How to Give a One on One Presentation Intro

Lecture 283 One on One Presentation Goals

Lecture 284 Research the Person

Lecture 285 Top 5 Messages

Lecture 286 How to Give a One on One Presentation Top 5 Messages Part 2

Lecture 287 How to Use Notes

Lecture 288 20 Questions

Lecture 289 One on One Presentation Stories

Lecture 290 How to Give a One on One Presentation Conclusion

Section 26: Business Communication Skills for Team Presentations

Lecture 291 How to Give a Team Presentation Overview

Lecture 292 Team Presentation Goals

Lecture 293 Team Presentation Top 5 Messages

Lecture 294 Assign Topics

Lecture 295 Team Presentation Individual Prep

Lecture 296 How to Give a Team Presentation Group PowerPoint

Lecture 297 Team Presentation Rehearsal

Lecture 298 How to Give a Team Presentation Conclusion

Section 27: Communication Skills for Technology Presentations

Lecture 299 How to Deliver Technology Presentations Intro

Lecture 300 Technology Presentations Goal

Lecture 301 Technology Presentations Top Five Messages

Lecture 302 Using Technology for Your Visuals

Lecture 303 Don’t get Lost in Details

Lecture 304 Benefits not Features

Lecture 305 How to Deliver Technology Presentations Conclusion

Section 28: Financial Business Communication Skills

Lecture 306 How to Give Financial Presentation Intro

Lecture 307 Financial Presentation Goals

Lecture 308 Financial Presentation Messages

Lecture 309 Financial Presentation Stories

Lecture 310 No PPT for First 2 Minutes

Lecture 311 Financial Presentation PowerPoint Tips

Lecture 312 Draw Conclusions

Lecture 313 Critiques From Others

Lecture 314 How to Give a Financial Presentation Conclusion

Section 29: Sales Presentation Communication Skills for Business

Lecture 315 How to Give a Sales Presentation Intro

Lecture 316 Sales Presentation Goals

Lecture 317 Sales Presentation Messages

Lecture 318 Types of Sales Presentations

Lecture 319 One on One

Lecture 320 2 Common Blunders

Lecture 321 Sales Presentation Extra Tips

Lecture 322 How to Give a Sales Presentation Conclusion

Section 30: Investor Pitching Presentation Skills

Lecture 323 Investment Pitch Overview

Lecture 324 Investment Pitch Core Messages

Lecture 325 Investment Pitch Common Blunders

Lecture 326 Investment Pitch The Power Point Deck

Lecture 327 Investment Pitch Prototype

Lecture 328 Investment Pitch Passion

Lecture 329 Investment Pitch Conclusion

Section 31: Communication Skills for Speaking to Large Audiences

Lecture 330 How to Speak to Large Crowds Intro

Lecture 331 Coping with Fear

Lecture 332 Don’t Yell

Lecture 333 Eye Contact

Lecture 334 Longer Pauses

Lecture 335 PowerPoint

Lecture 336 Possible Outcomes

Lecture 337 Why Video Matters

Lecture 338 How to Speak to Large Audiences Conclusion

Lecture 339 Speaking to Foreign Audiences Overview

Lecture 340 Audiences Prep

Lecture 341 Culture

Lecture 342 Speak Slowly

Lecture 343 Handouts

Lecture 344 Fundamentals and Stories

Lecture 345 . Working the Room

Lecture 346 Video Record and Test

Lecture 347 Speaking to Foreign Audiences Conclusion

Section 32: How to Use a TelePrompTer Effectively

Lecture 348 How to use a TelePrompter Intro

Lecture 349 Video Benchmark

Lecture 350 Self-correction

Lecture 351 TelePrompter 4 Key Elements

Lecture 352 Teleprompter Speed

Lecture 353 Volume

Lecture 354 Pauses

Lecture 355 Head

Lecture 356 All 4 Together

Lecture 357 Full Speech Practice

Lecture 358 2 Prompter Screens

Lecture 359 Politician Role Models

Lecture 360 TV Role Models

Lecture 361 Teleprompter Potential Disasters

Lecture 362 How to Use a Teleprompter Secrets from Reagan

Lecture 363 Reasons to Not use a Teleprompter

Lecture 364 How to Use a Teleprompter Conclusion

Section 33: Communication Skills for Making Simple Talk Head Videos

Lecture 365 The Video Advantage In All Your Proposals – Quick Win!

Lecture 366 Hype Versus Reality – Why Most People Never Create Simple Video

Lecture 367 Mastering the Human Side Of Looking and Sounding Your Best on Video

Lecture 368 How This course Will Improve Your Business

Lecture 369 Your Proposals will Stand Head and Shoulders Above Your Competitors

Lecture 370 Your Clients Will Find You Their Most Responsive Partner Ever

Lecture 371 Your Website Can Be Video-Centric

Lecture 372 Now You Can Answer Frequently Asked Questions Just Once!

Lecture 373 Talk Your Customers Through Your Whole Business Process

Lecture 374 Have an Even Greater Presence on YouTube

Lecture 375 Speak Your Thought Leadership

Lecture 376 Your Exciting Video Newsletters Will Outshine Text Newsletters

Lecture 377 Your Client Video Testimonials Will Prove Your Credibility Beyond a Doubt

Lecture 378 Facebook Live Will Never Scare You Again

Lecture 379 Project Your Best Face on Skype and Zoom

Lecture 380 Deliver Keynote Speeches Without Ever Leaving Home

Lecture 381 Drastically Reduce Your Time Training Employees and Others

Lecture 382 Anything You Can Type You Can Now Speak on Video

Lecture 383 Supercharge Your Public Relations Efforts With Video

Lecture 384 The Crisis Communications Secret Weapon

Lecture 385 You are Now Ready to Use Video Successfully In All Communications

Section 34: Communication Skills for the Media – Media Training

Lecture 386 Doing This One Thing Will Give You Total Confidence Before Any Media Appearanc

Lecture 387 It’s OK To Feel Uncomfortable On Camera – Here’s How to Get Over It

Lecture 388 You Can Look Great, Shape a Message, Answer Questions and Speak in Sound Bit

Lecture 389 Dressing for TV and Video Success

Lecture 390 Here Is Where to Look On Camera

Lecture 391 How the Media Pros Rehearse Their Interviews

Lecture 392 Move Like a Seasoned TV Pro

Lecture 393 Never Let the Seat Swallow You Up

Lecture 394 Never Look Bored or Scared Again

Lecture 395 Sell the Message by Selling the Messenger

Lecture 396 Sit Like This to Look Your Best

Lecture 397 Standing In Front of the Camera With the Greatest of Ease

Lecture 398 Your Turn to Be On Camera

Lecture 399 Accomplish Your Goals With The Right Message

Lecture 400 Anticipating the Reporters’ Questions

Lecture 401 Brainstorming Your Message Points To Get the Best

Lecture 402 Summary of Messaging Elements

Lecture 403 The Power Of Your Positive Messaging

Lecture 404 The Venn Diagram for Messaging Success

Lecture 405 Time to Test Your Messages Out Loud

Lecture 406 You Have Solved the Problem

Lecture 407 Creating Messages The Media Will Find Irresistible

Lecture 408 Find the right Message for Your Audience

Lecture 409 Results Won’t Speak for Themselves, But You Can

Lecture 410 Stress What Is Important to YOU

Lecture 411 And One More Thing…to Avoid

Lecture 412 Always Be Moving Toward Your Message Points

Lecture 413 Brief and Bland Can Be Best

Lecture 414 Make ‘I Don’t Know’ Your Best Friend

Lecture 415 Never Call Yourself a Crook

Lecture 416 Never Lose a Media Debate By Not Debating

Lecture 417 Never Stress Over the Questions Again

Lecture 418 Pick the Easiest Question for You

Lecture 419 Summary of Answering Tactics

Lecture 420 The Ultimate Skill – Rewriting the Question

Lecture 421 Three IS the Magic Number

Lecture 422 Use a Cheat Sheet And Never Get Caught

Lecture 423 You Don’t Have to Control the Interview – Just Control Your Own Mouth

Lecture 424 Your Turn to Ask Questions

Lecture 425 Demonstrating Your Answering Abilities

Lecture 426 Absolutes Are Absolutely Easy to Get Quoted

Lecture 427 Analogies Are Your Friends

Lecture 428 Attack!!! Attack!!! Attack!!!

Lecture 429 Bold, Action Words Will Get You Quoted

Lecture 430 Cliches Might Not Impress Your English Teacher, but…

Lecture 431 For Example…

Lecture 432 How Do You Really Feel About This

Lecture 433 Laugh Your Way to Media Success

Lecture 434 Learning Moment

Lecture 435 Pop Culture References are Irresistible to Reporters

Lecture 436 Putting Your Sound Bites Together

Lecture 437 Sounds Bites Are a Means Not an End

Lecture 438 Summary of Top Ten Sound Bite Elements

Lecture 439 Test Your Sound Bites

Lecture 440 The Five Potential Outcomes of Every Media Interview

Lecture 441 The Most Important Part of Your Media Prep

Lecture 442 The Perfect Media Mindset

Lecture 443 The Three Simplest Sound Bite Patterns Are…

Lecture 444 Total Sound Bite Failure

Lecture 445 What Else Is a Great Way to Get Quoted

Lecture 446 Your Turn to Create Sound Bites

Section 35: TED Talk: You Can Deliver a TED Talk Quality Presentation

Lecture 447 What Makes a TED Talk

Lecture 448 Passion for an Idea Worth Spreading

Lecture 449 Tell a Story

Lecture 450 Plan Your Visuals

Lecture 451 Timing is Everything

Lecture 452 Style AND Substance are Essential

Lecture 453 Video Rehearsal is the Most Important Thing

Lecture 454 Great Writers Read Great Writers

Lecture 455 Apply to Speak at TED

Section 36: How to Deliver a Wedding Speech

Lecture 456 Wedding Speech Overview

Lecture 457 Wedding Speech One Special Thing

Lecture 458 Wedding Speech Story

Lecture 459 Wedding Speech What Not to Do

Lecture 460 Wedding Speech Booze

Lecture 461 Wedding Speech Focus on Bride and Groom

Lecture 462 Wedding Speech Cheat Sheet

Lecture 463 Wedding Speech Video Rehearsal

Lecture 464 Wedding Speech Video Rehearsal

Lecture 465 Wedding Speech Conclusion

Section 37: Communication Skills: Give a Great Acceptance Speech

Lecture 466 How to Give an Acceptance Speech Intro

Lecture 467 Acceptance Speech Goals

Lecture 468 Thank People in a Meaningful Way

Lecture 469 Be Entertaining

Lecture 470 Watch YouTube Greats

Lecture 471 Tell a Story

Lecture 472 Just the Right Amount of Emotion

Lecture 473 Don’t Read a Speech

Lecture 474 Speech Notes

Lecture 475 More Common Blunders

Lecture 476 How to Give an Acceptance Speech Conclusion

Section 38: How to Be a Motivational Speaker

Lecture 477 How to Be a Motivational Speaker Overview

Lecture 478 Are You Motivating?

Lecture 479 What makes You Special?

Lecture 480 What is Your Story?

Lecture 481 Your Process

Lecture 482 Your Messages

Lecture 483 Stories for Each

Lecture 484 Stagecraft

Lecture 485 YouTube Role Models

Lecture 486 Video Rehearse

Lecture 487 Show to Others

Lecture 488 Video on YouTube

Lecture 489 Tell the World

Lecture 490 Speaker Bureaus

Lecture 491 How to be a Motivational Speaker Conclusion

Section 39: Giving a Retirement Speech

Lecture 492 How to Give a Retirement Speech Intro

Lecture 493 3 Events from Career

Lecture 494 Outline

Lecture 495 Rehearsal

Lecture 496 How to Give a Retirement Speech More Tips

Lecture 497 How to Give a Retirement Speech Conclusion

Section 40: How to Deliver a Eulogy

Lecture 498 How to Give a Eulogy Overview

Lecture 499 One Great Strength

Lecture 500 Accomplishments

Lecture 501 Eulogy Stories

Lecture 502 Eulogy Notes

Lecture 503 Don’t Drink Booze

Lecture 504 Emotion

Lecture 505 Video Rehearse

Lecture 506 More Story Sources

Lecture 507 How to Give a Eulogy Conclusion

Section 41: Just for Beginners

Lecture 508 Quick, Ethical Ways to Cheat Your Way to Communication Success

Lecture 509 You Will Be Motivating, Not Data Dumping

Lecture 510 Powering Your Points With Images and Slides

Lecture 511 Practice In the Friendliest Environment of All

Lecture 512 Getting Feedback So It Won’t Hurt

Lecture 513 Yes, Even Beginner CAN Tell Stories

Lecture 514 Test Tubes for You

Lecture 515 You Are In Great Company – Find Out Who

Lecture 516 GPS for Your Communications

Lecture 517 You have Now Mastered Basic and Beyond Communication Skills

Section 42: Conquering Your of Public Speaking and Communicating

Lecture 518 Origins of Speaking Anxiety

Lecture 519 Fake Solutions that don’t Work

Lecture 520 The Process of Eliminating Your Fear

Lecture 521 The Fear of Boring

Lecture 522 Rehearsing Your Presentation on Video

Lecture 523 Cheat the System

Lecture 524 Practice Makes…Comfortable

Lecture 525 The Confident Speakers Attitude

Lecture 526 Long-Term Speaking Goals

Section 43: Frequently Asked Questions About Communication Skills

Lecture 527 What Do I Do With My Hands While Giving a Presentation

Lecture 528 What Is the Best Way to Write a Presentation

Lecture 529 Is It a Good Idea to Memorize a Presentation

Lecture 530 What Should Happen After the Presentation

Lecture 531 What If You Are Asked a Question and You Don’t Know the Answer

Lecture 532 Who Is the Best Speaker In The World

Lecture 533 How Can You Remember What To Say During a Presentation

Lecture 534 What Is the #1 Thing You Can Do to Improve Your Presentation

Lecture 535 What is the #1 Blunder Most People Make In their Presentation Skills

Lecture 536 What do You Do If You Are Nervous Before Giving a Presentation

Section 44: My Communication Stories

Lecture 537 Clintonian Eye Contact

Lecture 538 My Very First Presentation

Lecture 539 Presenting the WRONG Way to the Media

Lecture 540 Surrounded by Machine Guns!

Lecture 541 Teaching Clients NOT to Act

Lecture 542 The Crying Beauty Pageant Winner

Lecture 543 The Fluttering Bird Flying to Nowhere

Lecture 544 You Never Have to Lurk In the Shadows Again

Lecture 545 Update – You Should Get on the TikTok App Now

Section 45: Conclusion to Your Communications Skills Course

Lecture 546 Conclusion You Are Now a Master In Communication Skills

Lecture 547 Did I Forget Anything

Section 46: Course Update

Lecture 548 The Leader’s Friend ChatGPT

Section 47: More Questions from Students

Lecture 549 How do I get people take note of what I have to say?

Section 48: New Extra Course – Video Conferencing Zoom Skype WebEX Tech Presentation Skills

Lecture 550 Quick Win! Here is How to Look Your Best in Front of a Video Camera

Lecture 551 Setting the meeting objective — a critical factor to success

Lecture 552 Coronavirus Update and Impact on Video Conferencing

Lecture 553 Learn How Video Conference Meetings Are the Same & Different From Other Meetings

Lecture 554 Online Video Conferencing Is Just One More Simple Tool for Communicating

Lecture 555 You Must Learn How Your Platform Works BEFORE The Conference Starts

Lecture 556 Learning the Different Platforms

Lecture 557 How To Start A Zoom Meeting

Lecture 558 How To JOIN A Meeting on ZOOM

Lecture 559 How To Schedule A Zoom Meeting

Lecture 560 How To Share Your Screen In Zoom

Lecture 561 How To Use The Additional Features in Zoom

Lecture 562 How To Set Up A Virtual BAckground In Zoom

Lecture 563 The Favorite Thing I Like About Zoom

Lecture 564 How To START UP Web Ex

Lecture 565 How To Start or Join A Meeting On Web Ex

Lecture 566 How To Connect To A Web Ex Enabled Device

Lecture 567 How To Configure Settings And Preferences In Web Ex

Lecture 568 Start A New CONVERSATION In Skype

Lecture 569 How To Start A New CHAT In Skype

Lecture 570 How To Use The Chat FUNCTIONS In Skype

Lecture 571 How To Make International, Mobile and Landline Calls and Buy Skype Credits

Lecture 572 How To Use The Meet Now Function of Skype

Lecture 573 Where To Configure Your Settings In Skype

Lecture 574 Do NOT Hide Behind Slides – Show Your Face on the Video Meeting

Lecture 575 Never Be Nervous Again on Camera

Lecture 576 Follow These Tips To Look Your Very Best on Camera for Your Next Meeting

Lecture 577 This Is Why You Should NOT Use Teleprompters or Read Scripts

Lecture 578 This Is What You Should Wear for a Video Conference

Lecture 579 Create the best lighting and angle for your video presence

Lecture 580 The Biggest Distraction Can Be…

Lecture 581 Solutions for Your Backdrop

Lecture 582 What Is the Best Video Camera to Use for Online Meetings?

Lecture 583 Microphones to the Rescue

Lecture 584 Speakers, Headphones, Earpieces and More

Lecture 585 Use the Best Possible Internet Connection Possible

Lecture 586 Don’t Talk about the Technology, Just Use the Technology

Lecture 587 Fundamentals of Effective Online Presentations

Lecture 588 Tips for Using Visuals In Online Meetings

Lecture 589 What If I am Not Hosting the Online Meeting But Might Have to Speak?

Lecture 590 What Should My last Minute Checklist Include?

Lecture 591 How Long Should a Video Meeting Last?

Lecture 592 How do I Fix Problems with My Voice on a Video Conference?

Lecture 593 Should You Memorize Your Online Presentation?

Lecture 594 What If You Hate the Sound of Your Own Voice?

Lecture 595 How Do You Reduce Background Noise?

Lecture 596 What Else Can I do to Reduce Distractions During a Video Conference Meeting?

Lecture 597 This Is What You Must Do If You Really Want to Pass With Flying Colors

Lecture 598 One last Chance to Get Your Questions and Suggestions Responded To

Lecture 599 One Last Chance to Make This Course Better for Your Permanent Learning Library

Lecture 600 Here Is How You Can Get your Certificate of Completion for this Course

Lecture 601 Congrats! You Are Now Prepared to Communicate Effectively in Online Meetings

Lecture 602 Bonus Lecture

Anyone how is a leader or who aspires to be a leader,Leaders who wish to speak more effectively,Sales management,Trainers,C-level executives,Sales executives,CFOs,CTOs,Aspiring Vigilant Leaders

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