What Speakers Need to Know About the Brain – Public Words @PublicWords

protocolbloggerspoint Comunicación Leave a Comment

Fall is officially here and it’s time to put away the pails, shovels and sunscreen and get back to work.  For speakers, it’s one of the busy seasons, and so your speech and delivery better be in tip-top shape, ready for those jaded audiences and their famously shrunken attention spans.  I’ve had several questions lately […] Origen: What Speakers Need to Know About the Brain – Public Words

The Grateful Speaker – Public Words vía @publicwords

protocolbloggerspoint Comunicación Leave a Comment

Public speaking is a privilege.  Especially if you’re lucky enough to be able to pursue it as a full-time occupation, or a significant part of your business, and get paid for it.  The audience offers you the gift of their time – sometimes tempered with a sneak peek at a mobile phone, sure, but still […] Origen: The Grateful Speaker – Public Words

¿Qué habilidades y conocimientos debe tener el responsable de comunicaciones internas? @MBA_AEconomia

protocolbloggerspoint Comunicación Interna Leave a Comment

Quienes se hacen cargo de las comunicaciones en una empresa, por lo general, son profesionales de las comunicaciones con especialización en los aspectos internos de la organización. Origen: ¿Qué habilidades y conocimientos debe tener el responsable de comunicaciones internas?

Three Surprising Public Speaking Mistakes – Public Words @PublicWords

protocolbloggerspoint Comunicación Leave a Comment

There are some approaches to public speaking that seem, on the face of it, to make sense.  But when you see the results of them over the years, as I have, you come to realize that they are probably best modified, unlearned, or avoided altogether.  These may surprise you, as the Internet likes to say, […] Origen: Three Surprising Public Speaking Mistakes – Public Words

Memory, Lighting, and Public Speaking – Public Words @publicwords

protocolbloggerspoint Comunicación Leave a Comment

What are we to make of a recent study that showed some memory loss and impaired learning in lab rats that were kept in low lighting for a month?  When their lights were brightened, they improved.  But the conclusion the researchers came to was that low lighting isn’t good for the brain. Now that’s interesting […] Origen: Memory, Lighting, and Public Speaking – Public Words