No matter what you may think about Bill Clinton, the man knows how to give a presentation. Even his worst enemies would have to admit that he knows how to reach an audience and get his point across.
So how about you? Are you as smooth as an ex-president, or as shaky as a card table when you have to give a presentation?
Well, sometimes you just have to do it. So this month, we're giving you six tips for turning yourself into a better--if not great--public speaker. Painlessly.
Hope you find this helpful!
Six Ways to Make a Great Impression with Your Presentation
It's a cliche because it's true: you never get a second chance to make a first impression. And when you're making that impression in front of a group, the stakes go up.
Also this month, I am writing to ask you a favor. Personnel Services is participating in a national study of trends in recruiting and hiring and how it relates to the current economy.
In an effort to learn more about how firms like ours can do a better job addressing this problem, we are participating in a national research study being conducted by Haley Marketing Group, a consulting firm that specializes in the staffing industry.
The survey is made up of seven questions that will take you no longer than three minutes to complete.
Reader, your input is very important to this research, and I want to thank you in advance for taking the time to share it!
Click here to take the survey.
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