There are four types of delivery for speeches, public speaking, or presentations: 1) Manuscript reading, 2) Memorized, 3) Impromptu, and 4) Extemporaneous.
This video explores these four types of speech delivery and gives some brief advantages and drawbacks of each type.
It's a good idea to reflect on your leadership style. In this video, we discuss three main styles: Autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire. Each has strengths and weaknesses. Take a look and figure out which one you are. Or, better yet, how would the people around you describe your style?
Your body language and nonverbal communication during presentations makes a big impression in terms of how you come across. This video gives three tips for making sure you look composed and confident.
This video introduces the Transactional Model of Communication. In a previous video, we looked at Shannon and Weavers' (1949) Information Transfer Model of communication. Their model works pretty well for explaining communication that happens through information technology but the Transactional Model of Communication better captures the face-to-face dynamics we all experience and feel in day-to-day interaction. Importantly, the model can provide a way of looking at our professional experiences that sheds new light on how we interact with others.
If you're an emerging leader interested in increasing your impact and leading your teams with more excellence, this is the place for you.