Part two of a two-part interview with Bruce Watson, the senior editor of Chase Bank News. … More Four Questions: Bruce Watson
George Orwell inspired Bruce Watson as a boy to write with clarity and to avoid condescension. Lessons on jargon from the senior editor of Chase Bank News. … More Four Questions: Bruce Watson
We can learn much about communicating from Daniel H. Pink’s book on the science behind timing. … More How timing impacts our energy, approach, and messages.
We all love the concept of brilliant public speaking. Yet few of us feel we do it well. Learn tips (and techniques) from those in the know. … More Four Questions: Toral Livingston-Jha
Experiment with these tried and tested tips to help move your storytelling to the next level. … More The Struggle To Tell Stories Well: Three Easy Steps
We know data adds substance to our messages, but how to know which data to pick—and where to put it? … More How to Weave In Data In 2019
Smiling might feel forced when presenting online, but it doesn’t have to. … More The case against looking sad when presenting online
Shave your long-winded presentation down to five minutes using these five, easy steps. … More Trim presentation, fat results. How (and why) to remove the bloat
Leadership messages needn’t sound boring and stodgy. Use strong vs. empty language and employ specifics to help hook and retain your readers. … More Four Leadership Messages—Unpacked
Conventional wisdom says upspeak signals insecurity in business speakers. But that’s not always true. Ending our ideas on an upnote provides helpful signals for our audience, too. … More Are You Using Upspeak Strategically?