Speaker Alan Hoffler
It was a pleasure speaking to you virtually at the 36th Annual KYSHRM Conference! In my two sessions, we looked at strategies to effectively use different communication channels in your own organization to impress any audience, to save you time, boost your bottom line, and set your organization back on the path of efficiently reaching your goals.
In our time together, I mentioned several resources for your communications success (see below). In addition to conference keynotes, we offer on-site corporate training workshops, virtual training, and one-on-one coaching and we would love to help you on your journey to excellence in communication.
THE REAL COST OF EMAIL
How is inefficient email communication costing you and your company’s bottom line?
Read our case study and use our email cost calculator.
Twelve Public Speaking Tips That Will Save You From Making a Bad Presentation
Whether you’re a new speaker or a veteran speaker, these quick tips will ensure every speech you give gets started on the right track. Each tip will challenge your thinking when it comes to preparing and giving your speech or presentation and offer you solutions to make you look like a pro.
EIGHT TECHNIQUES FOR REDUCING ANXIETY WHEN SPEAKING
This guide will help you address the factors you can control and put you on your way to less fear and anxiety when speaking.
You’ve heard it said before that people fear speaking in public more than they fear death. For some, the anxiety and fear that speaking provokes is real. This quick guide includes eight techniques to give you the tools you need to reduce your anxiety.
MASTERING THE ONLINE MEETING
A Practical Tips Guide for Success
We will address five main topics in this guide:
- Getting Ready to Meet
- Your Equipment and Setup
- Skills to Make You a Star on the Web
- Content and Facilitation
- Ending Well
Check out our full list of Communications and Speaking Tips on our RESOURCES page where you’ll find a free podcast, books, ebooks, videos, and more!
From Our Blog
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