If I gave you ten steps to discover the speaker within you - would you be interested to take part in the challenge? I believe that most people are afraid to speak because they base their speaking on misleading information that creates for an inauthentic speaker. Once you are aware...
You walk onto a stage and a holographic version of you introduces you to the audience. You clap your hands and your presentation slide comes alive in a 3D version around the room. You begin your presentation with a swipe of your hand to the right, all through motion detection....
Your audience knows more about you and your subject than you may think. Content can be googled, cross-checked, and verified before, during, and after your speech delivery. If you are active on Social Media, your personal life is now public. Enter the Ethical Speaker. Ethical Speaking Factor #1: Credibility and...
Presenting and public speaking can be both daunting and exhilarating. In this article, I will share with you a 3-step approach to awaken the speaker within you. Step #1: Overcome your fear and remember the impact of what you are doing Speaking is a privilege as someone believed in you...
You have become the specialist in your field of expertise. People look up to you and are guided by your wisdom and knowledge. You are now ready to transition into a teacher and train people around you. Let’s look at how to do this. Doors of opportunity You are a...
Can you recall a time in your life when you placed yourself in a particular “state” to achieve an objective? Getting through days of stressful, traumatic events – and even pleasurable ones – like weddings and celebrating the birth of your child – all these events require you to be...
You’re invited to speak at an event; your travel and accommodation will be paid for; and you get to tour a new city! It doesn’t matter if this city is within your own country or abroad, every audience is different and you are still perceived as the “foreigner.” Demonstrate your...
The Q&A session is a unique opportunity to: entrench your professionalism; showcase your expertise; and re-entrench the key principles within your talk. Below are Q&A scenarios with advice on handling it. Scenario 1: How should you deal with a “silly” question versus a “stupid” question? A silly question has to...
Aristotle broke down persuasion into 3 essential components of: Logos, Pathos and Ethos. Let’s look at how to incorporate these components within your next speech. Logos: The logic of what you are saying Frame your speech with a thought-provoking opening and closing. Build your argument with logical transitions from one...
If you have to ask great speakers for their secret to their success on stage, one common factor would be the amount of preparation that they conduct on understanding their audience. In this article, I will share some of the factors that to consider when tailoring your speech to your...
At special occasions, I observe how most people happily record the event on their mobile devices and few actually volunteer to conduct a Toast.
We are all on a journey of self-development.
We have been guilty of using these in our conversations and speeches.
The next time you are asked to speak, you can use this simple structure to script your speech.
There may be times when you need to co-present with 2-3 other people as part of your talk.
Confidence is ‘a feeling or belief that one can have faith in or rely on someone or something.’
Videos have become one of the quickest ways to deliver content using a multitude of social media platforms whilst also serving the purpose of branding you and your company.
One of the most sought-after skills as a speaker is knowing how to be engaging on stage and being able to hold the audience’s attention from start to finish.
Your audience has just been informed, inspired or educated by your thought-provoking talk.
Your brain makes decisions either by taking its time or through mental shortcuts based on past experience.
Time is fixed; 20 minutes is 20 minutes. However when it comes to speaking - a 20-minute talk may seem longer or shorter from the perspective of the audience.
Sweaty palms, tingling sensation, rapid heart rate are just some of the physical symptoms that people feel when asked to speak; it’s officially called glossophobia - fear of public speaking.
As a speaker, regardless of what you are speaking about - you are messenger of change.
As leaders in business whether you need to deliver a mini-speech or respond to someone on-the-cuff in the passageway, your ability to communicate on demand will set you apart from others.
Technology makes it easy to spread your message to your audience. However technology is only as good as its execution.
Imagine owning a musical instrument valued at $4.5 million – would you not treat this with care?
I hate it when people refer to speaking as a “soft skill” it’s actually quite a hard skill to master!
Regardless of whether you are speaking to inform, persuade, sell, or to motivate, your primary objective as a speaker is to instill change.
Dineshrie talks about how to construct a TED Talk.
Dineshrie talks about how to construct a Pecha Kucha presentation.
As a presenter, things will go wrong someday. In this article Dineshrie reviews how to deal with your bad presentation nightmares.
In this article, Dineshrie talks about how to make a technical presentation more relatable to your audience.
Dineshrie pro.des a step-by-step guide on how you can construct an acknowledgment speech
Dineshrie addresses the most common public speaking myths and what you can do instead to be a poised speaker.
Dineshrie talks about the shift in leadership culture and how anyone can become a servant leader.
Dineshrie talks about how you as a public speaker can use the stage to instill new ideas and change beliefs of your audience.
Dineshrie explains how a public speech is still a conversation and how to relate to your audience.
Dineshrie shares simple and practical tips on how you can become a confident public speaker.
Dineshrie is profiled as a women leader in business.
Dineshrie is interviewed and talks about her success as a business leader.