One of the greatest challenges for an amateur public speaker is learning how to connect with the audience. When you establish a connection with the audience, you are immediately more comfortable on stage; the audience’s response validates you.
The purpose of ice-breakers at workplace events is to initiate conversations between members of the meeting. Not only should they let the participants know a little more about each other but also make them more comfortable in the meeting.
Have you ever been around a people who don’t seem to have a sense of humor? The conversations are dull, dry and can get really awkward.
Boring Meetings Suck Whether I’m the Keynote Speaker on Boring Meetings or not, many people know that I’m NOT a fan of Boring Meetings that suck the life out of an organization. While my recommendations are not as common as these mentioned, I saw this post, and with permission of DeDe, shared it here. At […]