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Public Speaking

Image Description Versia Hodges
7 lessons
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28m
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93%

Public speaking is a skill that we all 'know' of but rarely give the full attention it deserves. Throughout this course, you'll learn the tools needed to formulate and present a powerful story that your audience will resonate with. Knowing the fundamentals is crucial for quality, detail, and delivery. These tips and tricks will provide greater context for your speech to be successful, be it for a school event, business conference, or even a Ted Talk.

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Plan Efficient Meetings

Image Description Igor Arkhipov
10 lessons
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52m
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93%

Everybody has a need to run a meeting every once in a while. Some people have a natural talent in facilitating others, while others may need a bit of structure and method to make the meeting efficient. This course will show you what constitutes a good well-prepared meeting, how it is different from a failed one, and how to prepare one yourself. We will talk about the reasons why meetings fail and strategies to avoid it. We'll explore the anatomy of a face-to-face session, learn about different meetings types and prepare checklists to make our meetings better.

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Negotiate Effectively

Image Description Barbara J. Bruno
11 lessons
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1h 12m
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84%

Throughout your life and career, your ability to negotiate is critical. You will learn how to master the art of negotiating while reaching agreeable resolutions. You will learn how to master negotiating skills, define your objective, strengthen your position, and effectively close. As a result, you will be able to improve conditions of contracts, negotiate a better compensation package, lower the sale price of a house, or even get a better deal on a car. If you want better results in your life, this course is for you!

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Presentation Skills

Image Description Barry Brophy
12 lessons
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1h 35m
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91%

In conversations, people use concrete language to communicate with stories, examples, analogies, demonstrations, interaction, images and videos. Coupled with this, they use their voice, eyes, hands, body and emotions to add emphasis and punch. In presentations, however, people tend to speak in the abstract, fill their slides with bullet points, go way over time and speak without emotion or tone. This course explains why presenters do this and how to put it right. It gives many tips on creating content that you can present as naturally and energetically as you would in a chat with a friend.

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