I often hear speakers get to the end of a presentation and say, "Well, that's it." That's not going to cut it. If you want to sound more professional, it is critical to plan your conclusion so that it is a high note for your talk.
There are four key parts to end a presentation that I always recommend and this video unpacks them.
Effective workplace communication skills involve Upward Communication channels. This video looks at the problem of upward communication distortions and suggests that leaders use three channels to pursue high-quality upward feedback.
Effective communication skills often depend on whether or not you mainly monologue or dialogue with others. We may not realize that when we monologue, we are more likely to push people away in the workplace and in personal relationships.
This video explores both approaches, asks you to evaluation yourself, and suggests that you move toward dialogue in your conversations when possible.
If you're an emerging leader interested in increasing your impact, this is the place for you.