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skip to main | skip to sidebar Hostile Audiences - A Case Study by Bob Ingram Posted by Rich Hopkins, Speaker, Author, Coach on Wednesday, September 15, 2010 Labels: Audience , Bob Ingram , Hostile , Relationship Strategies University , sexist Speaking can often take you to place you never expected.

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Public Speaking: Creating Memorable Moments

Great Public Speaking

When staging a practical joke you must plan the many details carefully. Even if you plan the joke carefully, once the person or group is "on stage" they must be able to ad lib and adjust to whatever situation arises.

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Ronald Reagan's master class on how to cope when the teleprompter lets you down

Max Atkinson

But it only took three seconds for the 'great communicator' to see the problem and come up with a solution: an unscripted ad lib - "In the." TWO PRACTICAL TIPS FROM THE MAESTRO Quick though his recovery was, it lasted long enough for me to wory about two things before he carried on.

Trust Me. Give Your Speech, Change the World.

Duarte Blog

You say that “leaders who rely on ad-libbing and improvisation risk looking unprepared and stilted”. And that leaders need to practice to look spontaneous. What you think is a tantalizing blog title, is in reality the titles of two of Nick Morgan’s books.

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