Would people tell you if you sucked?

Speak Schmeak

Anonymous evaluations If you've never had your audience fill out evaluations, they're worth giving out now and then. Here's a compilation of responses from speakers about how they deal with a negative evaluation.

2011 221

Would people tell you if you sucked?

Speak Schmeak

Anonymous evaluations If you've never had your audience fill out evaluations, they're worth giving out now and then. Here's a compilation of responses from speakers about how they deal with a negative evaluation.

2011 141

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5 ways to stop repeating the same mistakes

Speak Schmeak

But you also have to evaluate yourself honestly and find ways to build on the skills you already have and keep improving, or else you will stagnate. Use anonymous evaluations There are differing opinions on evaluations , and I've gone back and forth on the practice myself.

2009 158

How do You Handle the Haters?

Speaker Launcher

But awhile back one of my audience members was sending me some pretty negative vibes. Would love to hear your techniques, please comment below, I know you trainers and bloggers have a million stories.).

2011 81

Speaking Science: Why do I blush at the start of a speech?

The Eloquent Woman

In a 2011 study by de Jong and others, for instance, the researchers asked participants to practice cognitive behavioral therapy techniques over seven sessions as a potential way to reduce their fear of blushing.

2017 71

Margaret Thatcher and the evolution of charismatic woman: Part I. Cultural and vocal challenges

Max Atkinson

Nor is it just a matter of there being negative associations with high pitched voices, as there are positive associations between lower-pitched female voices and attractiveness, 'huskiness' and 'sexiness'.

2009 88

Communication Strategies: Listening Choices

The Communication Blog

Listening involves receiving, understanding, remembering, evaluating, and responding to what a person means as well as what a person is feeling. Your attitudes may lead you to distort messages—to block out positive messages about a foe and negative messages about a friend. Only after you’ve fully understood the relevant messages should you evaluate or judge. Avoid both positive and negative evaluation until you have a reasonably complete understanding.