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Interview: Terry Barton – Savvy Leader

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

She is an adjunct faculty member at Chabot College and serves on the ASTD Golden Gate Board of Directors. Using the “single most powerful question anyone could ever ask”, Terry Barton helps individuals and businesses connect to what is preventing them from moving in the direction they want to go. Whether it is an operational issue, a performance issue or a problem with a team, Terry helps people and organizations get [.]

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5 Steps to a Brilliant Keynote Presentation

Professionally Speaking...

This is not the 2011 ASTD presentation but it gives you an equally good example of Buckingham's skill. . It is a rare occasion where, when a presenter asks for feedback on a presentation, I have no constructive suggestions to offer. In fact, I don't think that has ever happened. I am usually full of ideas to tweak and massage a presentation to make it more logical, more engaging, more memorable.

How to Deliver a First-Rate Online Presentation

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She has been designing and delivering online training programs for global audiences for over nine years and is a frequent presenter at ASTD and E-Learning Guild conferences.

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Interview: Paul Larsen – Business consultant

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

Paul is a frequent conference and workshop speaker on leadership and development at such organizations as the Southern Oncology Association of Practices (SOAP), American Society of Training & Development (ASTD), and the Northern California Human Resource Association (NCHRA). He is a current member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), NCHRA, ASTD and the Bay Area Organization Development Network (BAODN).

10 Tips for Speaking on a Panel

Professionally Speaking...

I recently attended my local ASTD chapter meeting ( www.dcastd.org ) where a panel of CLOs talked about the role of global learning in tough economic times. I'm not usually a fan of panels, because they frequently appear disorganized with speakers rambling , cutting each other off and running out of time. But this panel was refreshingly different and very effective. . What made it so good? The moderator played a huge role and I'll cover tips for moderating a panel in the next post.