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Public speaking is something every executive must do. Nino Cirone and Stephanie Hartog outline some tips about how to make the experience more rewarding for both the speaker and the audience.

SOME PEOPLE ARE NATURALS; THEY ENJOY the spotlight, feed off the energy of the moment and captivate their audience. They make it all look so easy. Effortless. Most of us, however, aren’t so blessed.

For us it takes an effort to deliver an effective speech. We have had to learn how to give a speech through trial and error – sometimes painfully! We’ve had to learn how to present ourselves and manage our nerves. Perhaps the scariest thing about public speaking is that to get really good at it, you have to do it.

With over thirty years of experience giving presentations, speeches, pitches, and impromptu talks we have learned how to shave off the rough edges and have taught colleagues and clients how to deliver clear, confident and effective speeches – no matter how nervous they are even moments before stepping into the spotlight.

Here are some tips you may find helpful for the next time you have to stand and deliver.

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