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How to lighten up your slides?

Regardless of the debates that stir up our economists, we might have an explanation for the lack of growth in our country: cumbersome slides! And, without wanting to over-dramatize, we believe that our economy cannot continue to support the weight much longer. The demonstration is simple: too many slides are overloaded with texts, lists, graphs…

The 3 rules of a good pitch

Finding a good catch phrase to generate interest in an idea or a project is not always easy. In the heat of the moment, it’s often difficult to step back enough to be synoptic and powerful. To help you find how to best pitch your idea, here’s the “rule of the 3 Cs”: concise, concrete…

How to pass on trust?

We have already explained the necessity of putting forward the elements that mark your credibility in a speech. Indeed, if for one reason or another, doubt floats on your legitimacy to speak or on the relevance of your remarks, the attention paid to you will only be partial and the approval of your message will…

Good presentations spark innovation

The stakes in giving a good presentation aren’t minor. The development and commercial success of companies depend on it. Because the ability to effectively present ideas is directly correlated to the potential for business innovation. Having good ideas is not enough to succeed. You must also be able to explain, share your vision and generate…

Happy Holidays!

The ZE TIPS are going on vacation. We wish you excellent end-of-the year celebrations. Rendez-vous on the 8th of January for more advice at the service of your presentations and your leadership!

How to speak when we have nothing to say?

This question may seem surprising. Especially since we tend to advise others to keep quiet when they have nothing to say. Talking is always something extremely engaging and reserving ones remarks for important matters often gives them value. However, there are cases where, without having to make concrete contributions to the conversation, one needs to…

Are you sure we’re listening to you?

The impact of social status on the mechanisms of paying attention has been the subject of several scientific studies. This research has shown that people of a higher social status show fewer signs indicating their attention, such as a smile or a nod. In addition, they are more likely to show indifference or to interrupt.…

The 3 basic audience expectations

The aim in speaking to an audience is always to obtain support and even to create zealous ambassadors for your idea. In this context, it is always appropriate to ask yourself what the audience expects from your presentation. But it is also valuable to know that the answer to this question is consistently divided into…

How to make a good impression?

When we want to talk to someone we don’t know, we always start by finding ways to break the ice.  It’s sort of like a social ritual, as if we need a lead-in before we talk. But when our future interlocutor is someone we’ve dreamt of meeting for several years, the stakes are not the…