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3 tips to rehearse with serenity

Do rehearsals stress you out? Do you tend to put them off, or even avoid them? Here are 3 tips to turn your rehearsals into an ally!

Help, I’m afraid of the mic

Who says microphone, often says speaking in front of many people. For some, this is already a hefty challenge, so how do we prevent the mic from being a source of additional concern?

3 tips to prepare a team speech

More and more often in business, public speaking is becoming a teamwork exercise, in which we tend to have the reflex to prepare for… individually! Here are 3 tips to restore the meaning of team presentations.

How to rally the troops around my cause?

Well done: You have a project that is close to your heart and you don’t know how to mobilize your teams around it? Here are 4 steps to motivate the troops!

Help! They’re asking me questions!

Your speeches can be followed up with a “Q & A” phase and it terrifies you! Here are some tips to not feel trapped.

Help, I’m afraid of the audience!

He who says “public speaking” is saying… “public!” As soon as stage fright enters into the equation, everything gets more complicated. So, how to regain control when your audience frightens you?

Help, I just made a big stain on my shirt!

The exercise of presenting, naturally generates unforeseen sources of stress. So, how can we prepare to face them?

Help, I’m the only woman here and it’s me speaking

The world is moving forward, women are more and more represented in companies and given the chance to take the floor! But as a woman, when you stand up to speak to an assembly composed exclusively of men, it is difficult not to have your mind polluted with many questions…

Help, the video projector is broken

It’s already not an easy task to speak, but when our material abandons us the pressure can mount a notch very quickly. So, what to do when the projector breaks down?

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