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Tug of war between hands painted with UK and European flags

Theresa May demonstrated the power of clarity to the EU following the recent summit in Salzburg. Over the last few months the uncertainty of Brexit has left many of us in the UK dismayed, disillusioned and divided. Every day our television screens are commandeered by politicians and punters telling us what to think about Brexit.[…]

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Boy jumping over sand dunes on beach vacation

For many professionals, being on the receiving end of a typical business presentation today feels akin to the way they wake up most mornings; tired, vacant and depleted. How many business presentations do you walk away from each week filled with vigour and vitality? Sadly, it’s more likely that you’ll return to your desk or[…]

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Group of young people with raised hands enjoying in a speedboat ride.

The penultimate word in the series of The A to Z of Mindful Presenting is arguably the most important; it’s YES. One of my wife’s favourite TV programmes is an American series called ‘Say Yes to the Dress’. The TV show revolves around Kleinfeld Bridal, the Manhattan-based bridal salon where, ‘more than 250 professionals, most[…]

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Stephen Hawking is a name that will be remembered for an extraordinarily long time to come. A British cosmologist and physicist loved, admired and respected all over the world for his notable scientific work was also a brilliant public speaker. World class public speaking is normally associated with political leaders, motivational speakers or philosophers. Last[…]

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Man helping a climber

Excellent communication skills are vitally important to highly effective leadership. The ability to communicate with confidence, clarity and emotional intelligence is our strongest leverage in such a competitive world. Please don’t make the mistake of buying into the idea that to be a leader you have to have people working for you. That’s one type[…]

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