Category Archives: Public Speaking Best Manners

There are certain specific manners to practice and stay aware of on a public speaking platform or when taping for media appearances. These manners are the backbone of the public speaker’s effectiveness. They are simple rules to help you perform with confidence, trust and superior credibility. They apply to all public situations where performance and results, are key.

Strategic Keys to Powerful Communication by Eric Stone

As globalization continues to act as a powerful context and asserts its new atmosphere, the empowerment of business professionals is more than ever a fundamental strategic consideration. Continue reading

Posted in Public Speaking Best Manners | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

How to Create Credible & Powerful First Impressions! By Eric Stone

The subject of credibility is at the heart of the matter of both successful presentations and effective communications. Something is credible to the degree that it is worthy of belief. Hence, credibility can generate the possibility of reliability on the speaker, the information presented and the style of delivery. Put simply, we cannot trust something we have not found credible. Continue reading

Posted in Public Speaking Best Manners | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Art of Speaking is the Art of Pausing by Eric Stone

Every verbal communication has a rhythm and a tempo, very much like music does. A happy balance between sound and silence creates harmony in music. That is what creates the mood of a musical piece and that of all verbal communications. Continue reading

Posted in Public Speaking Best Manners | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Essential Public Speaking Manners ~ Part 1

There are certain specific manners to practice and stay aware of on a public speaking platform or when taping for media appearances. These manners are the backbone of the public speaker’s effectiveness. Continue reading

Posted in Public Speaking Best Manners | Leave a comment