SpeakerToolbox: How To Make Choosing Easier

A virtual coaching moment with Stephanie Scotti, Professionally Speaking

This TED Talk provides guidelines for avoiding information overload next time you step up to speak. As you watch this thought-provoking talk, consider:

  • What type of icebreaker did Sheena use to introduce the topic?
  • Can you identify her two main points?
  • How did she involve her audience?
  • What was most surprising about her presentation?


Your observations and feedback are welcome.  Please share your thoughts with us!

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2 Responses to SpeakerToolbox: How To Make Choosing Easier

  1. HI Steve,

    I hope you got my earlier e-mail response to your comment. Again, thank you for alerting us about the issue. This link should take you directly to the page where you can view the video. Link: http://professionallyspeakingblog.com/2012/10/19/speakertoolbox/

    Your comments and insights are always appreciated.

    Regards,

    Stephanie

  2. Steven Montgomery says:

    Stephanie:

    Have tried watching the video but it does not start – either via your web page or direct on TED site.

    Sincerely,

    Steve

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