No one wants to give a talk to an empty room. Here are some tips on how to quickly promote your talk before and after. Becoming known as someone who follows up after talks is a great way to make sure your talk doesn’t fall on deaf ears.
We’ve all been there – sitting in front of a computer screen, wondering why on earth you ever agreed to give a talk in the first place. You knew the topic at some point but now it is time to write the thing? No chance!
You’re on stage, you’ve practiced your presentation and the live coding demonstration portion. You start typing away. Typo! Backup and try again. Another typo! Backup and try again, give the audience a joke so you don’t lose them. You got your point across, but the typos were distracting to the audience. How to do it…
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In the last of this three-part series, we’ll share snippets for managers who endeavor to lead teams in relentless pursuit of their professional goals.
In the second of this three-part series, we’ll share process-centric TextExpander snippets for managers who lead diverse and dynamic teams.
In the first of this three-part series, we’ll highlight messages that help managers communicate with consistency and precision as they lead their teams. Communicating with employees is one of the most important responsibilities of a leader. Effective communication has been shown to ensure a more fully engaged and productive workforce. Using TextExpander to streamline the…