Section 1 : Take Out a “Soft” Tech Insurance Policy on Your career

Lecture 1 The Soft Tech Savvy Way to Always Be Essential 7:31
Lecture 2 “Not My Job” and I am Happy to do it 4:24
Lecture 3 Update for Pandemic Times - Soft Skill of Being Able to Work from Home 4:49

Section 2 : Talking and Connecting Your Way to the Top

Lecture 4 You Can Become a Master Communicator! 6:29
Lecture 5 A Part of Strong Communication Is Asking for Feedback the Right Way 1:16
Lecture 6 Higher EQ Beats Higher IQ 6:9
Lecture 7 Becoming a Leader without the Title or Position 5:5
Lecture 8 Exciting New Update to this Course 1:28
Lecture 9 Build Your Winning Team 7:22

Section 3 : Control Your Career By Controlling Yourself

Lecture 10 Make Every One of Your Seconds Count 8:7
Lecture 11 Unleash Your Inner Anthony Robbins 2:50

Section 4 : Getting a Clue Without Somebody telling you to “Get a Clue”

Lecture 12 Avoid Being “Uncool”
Lecture 13 Clothes Can Still Make Or Break Your Career 6:33

Section 5 : Developing Your Secret Sauce

Lecture 14 Time to Give TJ a Piece of Your Mind 1:26
Lecture 15 Be the Most Interesting Person in the Room 5:0

Section 6 : Extra Communication Course

Lecture 16 In-depth Training on Communication Skill Text

Section 7 : You Can Be a Communication Skills Master

Lecture 17 Quick Wins! The High Tech Way to Perfect Communication 1:35
Lecture 18 Listening is Key (and why this isn't just a public speaking course) 3:14
Lecture 19 Become part of the top 1% of communicators right now! 3:24
Lecture 20 Good news, the problems we think we have, aren't real 5:35
Lecture 21 Communications skills are the most important skills for success 2:43
Lecture 22 Direct versus indirect communication 2:46
Lecture 23 Let's hop in with something new 1:34

Section 8 : Customer Communication Skills For Your Consumer Life

Lecture 24 Communicate your message to companies, big and small, to get them to take action 1:28
Lecture 25 One person can get a huge corporation to pay attention and make things right 3:16
Lecture 26 This video ruined the weekend of Executives at a major Phone Company 5:5
Lecture 27 Here's what really happened- 9:5
Lecture 28 Never Let Any Company Have the Final Word with you again 2:11

Section 9 : Accomplish Exactly What You Want With Assertive, Persuasive Communication

Lecture 29 Here is how you get Exactly Want you Want 3:6
Lecture 30 Master the Key to Motivation and Persuasion 4:55
Lecture 31 Nobody Cares About You, and That's OK 3:58
Lecture 32 See It, Taste It, Touch It, Feel It, Be It - Selling with Your Story 3:36
Lecture 33 The Ultimate in Confidence builder - Seeing is believing 9:46
Lecture 34 It's Easy to pass a Test when the Answer Is right in front of you 5:28

Section 10 : A Few More Communication Fundamentals and You will Be Ready for Anything

Lecture 35 You Are Normal to Fear Communicating In Some Circumstances 3:39
Lecture 36 The Power of the Positive 5:3
Lecture 37 Debunking the Myth of Charisma 3:1
Lecture 38 Never Fall for These Communication Gimmicks Again! 5:34
Lecture 39 Here is where You decide if You are serious about improving your skills 2:0
Lecture 40 Here is How to Get the Most Out of The rest of this course 3:19

Section 11 : If You are in A Hurry and Only Have 1 Hour, Start Here

Lecture 41 Quick Wins! The Secret to Using Speaker Notes Effectively 1:24
Lecture 42 Avoiding The Initial Wrong Turn Most Speakers and Presenters Make 2:22
Lecture 43 Developing Expert Judgment for Your Public Speaking and Presenting Opportunities 4:41
Lecture 44 The Radical Yet Simple Solution To Finding Great Messages 3:17
Lecture 45 Your Stories Will Make Your Ideas Unforgettable 6:42
Lecture 46 Your PowerPoint Will Create Engagement, Not Slumber 6:37
Lecture 47 Building an Ethical Cheat Sheet Just for You 5:28
Lecture 48 This Is The Do Or Die Moment For Your Speaking Improvement 5:31
Lecture 49 There Is a Perfect Test for Your Speech Or Presentation 4:57
Lecture 50 I Will give You a Personalized Professional Presentation Critique Right Here 2:11
Lecture 51 Continuing Your Path of Public Speaking and Presentation Skills Improvement 2:53

Section 12 : Business Communication Skills for Job Interviews

Lecture 52 Establishing Your Job Interview Goals 2:27
Lecture 53 Research and Preparation for the Job Interview 5:16
Lecture 54 How to Dress for the Interview 3:57
Lecture 55 How to Make Small Talk 2:38
Lecture 56 Tell Me About Yourself 2:7
Lecture 57 The Proper Job Interview Mindset 5:7
Lecture 58 The Strategy Memo 4:15
Lecture 59 Rehearse Your Interview on Video 6:4
Lecture 60 Ask for the Job 3:28

Section 13 : Workplace Communication You Can Speak Up at Meetings!

Lecture 61 How to Speak Up at Meetings Overview 4:16
Lecture 62 Asking Questions the Right Way 2:17
Lecture 63 Using Notes Effectively In Meetings 2:31
Lecture 64 Risk Assessment 2:12
Lecture 65 Be Conversational 2:46
Lecture 66 Exude Confidence 6:10
Lecture 67 Conclusion 1:51

Section 14 : Workplace Communication Effectively Deliver Criticism - Business Communication

Lecture 68 How to Deliver Criticism in the Workplace Intro 0:59
Lecture 69 Start with Praise 9:53
Lecture 70 Isolate Exactly What is Wrong 4:59
Lecture 71 Give Highly Specific Advice 6:28
Lecture 72 End with Positive Context 3:27
Lecture 73 Workplace Video Rehearsal 3:56
Lecture 74 Criticism in the Workplace Conclusion 0:51

Section 15 : Listening Skills The Ultimate Business Communication Soft Skill for Leaders

Lecture 75 Quick Wins - The Cell Phone Secret to Good Listening Skills 1:31
Lecture 76 Stacking the Listening Environment in Your Favor 4:10
Lecture 77 The Telephone Listening Trap Will Never Catch You Again 1:40
Lecture 78 Housekeeping Note Sometimes You should Turn OFF Your Listening Skills 1:26
Lecture 79 Setting Just One Agenda Item Listening 2:37
Lecture 80 It Is Incredibly Easy to See How Well You Are Listening - Test 1:15
Lecture 81 It's Even Easier to Listen When You Do This 4:10
Lecture 82 Technology Will Eat Your Brain Unless You Do This 4:43
Lecture 83 Using Your Most Effective Body Language Tool 3:8
Lecture 84 The Best Listening Body Language From the Neck Down 3:35
Lecture 85 Reading the Speaker's Body 3:40
Lecture 86 Connecting At the Emotional Level with Your Colleague To Hear All 1:25
Lecture 87 Mastering the Art Of NOT Interrupting 2:15
Lecture 88 Asking for Clarification Is A Great Form Of Listening 1:40
Lecture 89 Engaging In Conversation At Just the Right Time 2:51
Lecture 90 Strong Listening Creates Strong Reactions From You 1:10
Lecture 91 Honing Your Sense of Timing and Judgment to Make You a Great Listener 2:24
Lecture 92 Using The Magic of Pen and Paper Tools To Your Advantage 3:50
Lecture 93 Summarizing the Conversation Is Great for You and Your Colleague 4:4
Lecture 94 The One-Page Email Memo Summary Aces 3:6
Lecture 95 Your New Reputation As a Great Listener! 2:55

Section 16 : Eliminate Verbal Tics, Uh, Um, Er, Ya Know

Lecture 96 Master the Quickest, Easiest Way to Eliminate Verbal Tics 2:36
Lecture 97 Now You Know Where the Tics Come From 0:50
Lecture 98 You Are Not Alone 2:57
Lecture 99 Hit the Pin, Not the Sand Trap 1:8
Lecture 100 Don't Let the Ding A Ling Get You 1:43
Lecture 101 Appear More Confident By Using Smaller Words 1:39
Lecture 102 You Will Avoid the Data Dump Blues 1:53
Lecture 103 Never Worry About Remembering Again 2:16
Lecture 104 The Number 1 Tip for Eliminating Nerves 2:8
Lecture 105 A Focus Group To Make You Better 2:29
Lecture 106 Full Disclosure I am Not a Speech Therapist 1:20
Lecture 107 Eliminating the Source of Your Speaking Discomfort Once and For All 1:31
Lecture 108 Conclusion You Can Now Speak Without Verbal Tics and Fillers 0:53

Section 17 : Body Language in the Workplace

Lecture 109 Never Let These Two Classic Body Language Blunders Slow You Down 3:11
Lecture 110 Quick Wins - You Will Look Your Best on FaceTime, Skype, Facebook Live 1:52
Lecture 111 The Ultimate Tricky Body Language - Touching 2:16
Lecture 112 Big Picture - Make Everyone You Work With Feel Comfortable Working With You 2:31
Lecture 113 You'll Never Fall for These Body Language Myths Again 2:17
Lecture 114 You'll Never Fall for These Body Language Myths Again 7:13
Lecture 115 Here Is Exactly What to Do With Your Hands 5:30
Lecture 116 The Composed, Confident Video Star 10:3
Lecture 117 Never Spotlight Your Blunders and Mistakes Again 4:53
Lecture 118 You are Now Ready for Prime Time TV 4:21
Lecture 119 The Number 1 Tip for Curing Body Language Problems Is 5:8
Lecture 120 The Real Way to Improve Your Body Language Confidence 2:23
Lecture 121 Great Body Language for Your Presentations 11:13
Lecture 122 PowerPoint Will Never Turn You Into a Robotic Bore Again 3:38
Lecture 123 Confident Briefing to Colleagues and Others 1:33
Lecture 124 Keynote Speeches Will Showcase Your Calm and Confidence 3:57
Lecture 125 Use a TelePrompTer Like a Network News Anchor 7:37
Lecture 126 Networking Like a Pro, Not a Wall Flower 3:4
Lecture 127 Making Sure Your Clothes Are Communicating Your Positive Story 4:56
Lecture 128 Handshakes, Greetings and Hellos with Poise 3:49
Lecture 129 Your Body Language Partner - The Friendly Spotter 1:51
Lecture 130 Once Last Chance for a Body Language Personal Critique 1:23
Lecture 131 Congratulations - You are Now Master of Your Own Body Language 1:27

Section 18 : Using Your Voice As a Communications Tool

Lecture 132 How to Improve Your Voice Overview 0:36
Lecture 133 Famous Bad Voices 2:0
Lecture 134 How to Improve You Voice by Recording Your Voice 2:11
Lecture 135 Diagnosis of Your Own Voice 1:15
Lecture 136 Feedback from Others 1:51
Lecture 137 INTRODUCTION TO BRAINMEASURES PROCTOR SYSTEM Pdf
Lecture 138 Listen to Natural Conversation 4:50
Lecture 139 Practice Again and Record 3:9
Lecture 140 Don't Lower Your Voice 6:30
Lecture 141 Practice on Video 3:31
Lecture 142 Other Techniques 1:35
Lecture 143 How to Improve Your Voice Conclusions 1:10

Section 19 : Communication Skills for Introducing Yourself

Lecture 144 How to Introduce Yourself Intro 3:14
Lecture 145 What NOT to Do 3:48
Lecture 146 How to Introduce Yourself The Right Way 8:40
Lecture 147 How to Introduce Yourself Video Rehearsal 1:52
Lecture 148 Friend Feedback 3:18
Lecture 149 How to Introduce Yourself Conclusion 6:38

Section 20 : Telephone Business Communication Skills

Lecture 150 Quick Wins! Do THIS To Look and Sound Great on Skype Phone Calls 1:44
Lecture 151 Never Confuse Personal Phone Use with Business Telephone Use Again 2:19
Lecture 152 Why Your Phone is the Best Secret Business App Ever 2:22
Lecture 153 Planning Your Successful Phone Environment 7:52
Lecture 154 Final Preparation for Your Successful Phone Meetings 1:59
Lecture 155 Making Sure Your Phone Passes Your Friend Test 3:18
Lecture 156 Planning for Winning Conference Calls 3:59
Lecture 157 Look Prime Time Ready for Your Video Calls 7:24
Lecture 158 About Certification Pdf
Lecture 159 Always Knowing the Best Time to Call Clients and Prospects 0:31
Lecture 160 Now You will Never Wake Up a Client in the Middle of the Night 2:33
Lecture 161 Answering the Phone so Everybody Knows You are Ready for Business 2:2
Lecture 162 No Such Thing As Answering The Phone Too Quickly These Days 1:1
Lecture 163 Your Clients Will Never Think You are Screaming At Them Again 2:24
Lecture 164 Knowing How to Sound Your Very Best - Every Time 5:27
Lecture 165 The Right Way to Put Someone On Hold 0:51
Lecture 166 Making Sure They Only Hear the Magic of Your Voice 1:45
Lecture 167 Being a Professional to Every Generation, Regardless of Your Own Preferences 6:0
Lecture 168 Voicemail That Soothes, Not Angers 10:2
Lecture 169 Best Voicemail Messages for Success 3:40
Lecture 170 Take 1, Take 2, Take 3 Until You Get It Right 2:4
Lecture 171 Avoiding The Initial Wrong Turn Most Speakers and Presenters Make 1:1
Lecture 172 Making Your Phone Disappear At the Perfect Moments 5:8
Lecture 173 Tit for Tat and Text for Text 1:12
Lecture 174 Better Than the Best Hollywood Goodbyes 0:54
Lecture 175 Conclusion - You Are Now a Master of the Telephone for Every Business Situation 0:59

Section 21 : Assertiveness You Can Be A More Assertive Communicator

Lecture 176 How to Be a More Assertive Public Speaker Intro 1:3
Lecture 177 Diagnosis 5:18
Lecture 178 Style and Substance 3:24
Lecture 179 How to Be a More Assertive Public Speaker Conclusion 2:31

Section 22 : Business Communication With Your Boss - How To Ask for a Raise

Lecture 180 Ask for a Raise Overview 1:9
Lecture 181 Timing 2:19
Lecture 182 Ask for an Appointment 1:34
Lecture 183 Ask for a Raise Be Positive 2:57
Lecture 184 The Future 3:11
Lecture 185 The Ask 4:33
Lecture 186 What Not to Do 5:14
Lecture 187 Competing Job Offers 6:16
Lecture 188 Ask for a Raise Video Rehearsal and Conclusion 6:3

Section 23 : Business Communication - Deliver the Perfect Elevator Pitch

Lecture 189 How to Deliver an Elevator Pitch Intro 1:41
Lecture 190 Your Goals 1:29
Lecture 191 One Big Idea 4:8
Lecture 192 Simplify 2:57
Lecture 193 Role Models 2:7
Lecture 194 2 Key Questions 3:38
Lecture 195 The Giveaway 3:40
Lecture 196 Watch Bad Elevator Pitches 3:18

Section 24 : Storytelling - The MOST Important Communicative Skill

Lecture 197 This DEVICE Is the Single Biggest Difference Between Great Speakers and Awful 2:0
Lecture 198 Become a MASTER Storyteller 3:10
Lecture 199 How to Use Stories When Giving TECHNICAL Presentations 4:45
Lecture 200 Packaging Insights for Your Audience Using Stories 2:18
Lecture 201 Don't Tell Stories, Instead RE-Live Stories Public Speaking 1:11
Lecture 202 Message Drives Stories Public Speaking 0:50
Lecture 203 Share Your Emotions When telling Your Stories Public Speaking 1:49
Lecture 204 What Characters and Conflicts are in Your Story Public Speaking 1:25
Lecture 205 What is the setting for Your Story Public Speaking 1:13
Lecture 206 Your Speaking Stories Must Contain Dialogue Public Speaking 1:27
Lecture 207 Your Story Must have a Resolution Public Speaking 0:38
Lecture 208 Advanced Storytelling 16:25

Section 25 : Use PowerPoint for Business Communication, Not As A Sleep Aid

Lecture 209 You Will Never Give Another PowerPoint Presentation 2:32
Lecture 210 The Perfect Starting Point for Any PowerPoint Presentation 0:47
Lecture 211 This Will Motivate You Audience to Do Exactly What You Want Them To Do 0:50
Lecture 212 What Are Your Motives for Delivering a PowerPoint Presentation 1:1
Lecture 213 The Worst Possible Reason To Use PowerPoint Is 1:42
Lecture 214 Double Your PowerPoint, Double Your PowerPoint Pleasure 1:55
Lecture 215 The Ultimate 2-Part Test for Every PowerPoint Slide 1:42
Lecture 216 The Single Riskiest Thing You Could Ever Do When Delivering a PowerPoint 2:29
Lecture 217 The Essential Steps of Creating PowerPoint Presentations 1:4
Lecture 218 Your PowerPoint Presentation Must Be Just as Good as Your Q and A Session 1:38
Lecture 219 You Must Be Ready for Disaster Striking! 2:44
Lecture 220 It's Not PowerPoint That Is Boring, It Is (look in the mirror) 2:32
Lecture 221 Never Forget, YOU are the Boss of Your PowerPoint 1:47
Lecture 222 Stop Asking Your Audience to Multitask! 4:9
Lecture 223 Here Is Exactly What Should Go On Your PowerPoint Slide 2:28
Lecture 224 This is How to Use a Graph In a PowerPoint 2:2
Lecture 225 Nobody Cares About What Is Easy for You To Do 1:30
Lecture 226 Would You Want to read a Book At A Movie Theater 2:48
Lecture 227 Your Audience Already Has a Preferred Way of Reading 4:40
Lecture 228 The Sequence of Your Presentation Is Key 1:12
Lecture 229 Get Your Audience to Focus On One Thing At a Time This Way 2:17
Lecture 230 Advancing Slides the Advanced Way 2:21
Lecture 231 Want a Remote Control Then Bring Your Own 1:12
Lecture 232 Complexity Is Your Enemy 2:10
Lecture 233 Ha! Nobody Can See the Bottom Half of Your Slides 3:5
Lecture 234 Only Liars Say 'There Is No time to Rehearse the PowerPoint Presentation' 4:27
Lecture 235 If Your PowerPoint Presentation Bores You, Guess Who Else It Bores 1:53
Lecture 236 Laser Pointers Should Be Used Like This 1:42
Lecture 237 One Image Per Slide Is the Golden Rule 1:51
Lecture 238 Never Let PowerPoint Be Your Downer 2:47
Lecture 239 Don't Become a Character In Your Own Horror Movie 2:1
Lecture 240 The Perfect Length of time for a PowerPoint Presentation Is 1:45
Lecture 241 This Is How You Cheat To Win On Every PowerPoint Challenge 3:21
Lecture 242 Plan Your PowerPoint Preparation This Way
Lecture 243 Test Your PowerPoint On a fresh Set of Eyes and Ears 5:10
Lecture 244 If You Don't Want Your Audience to Ignore Your PowerPoint, Do This 0:50
Lecture 245 Answer These Questions Before Using Video In PowerPoint Presentations 1:12
Lecture 246 Assume You Are the Only Competent, Trustworthy Person In the World 2:21
Lecture 247 Don't Forget the Occasional Prop 1:22
Lecture 248 Just Because You Can Doesn't Mean You Should 2:11
Lecture 249 Notes on Special Effects 3:9
Lecture 250 The Perfect Way to Start Every PowerPoint Presentation 1:14
Lecture 251 Managers Will NEVER Have to Look at boring Employee PowerPoint Again! 1:13
Lecture 252 Here Is How to Deliver Somebody Else's PowerPoint Presentation 1:35
Lecture 253 Your PowerPoint Presentation Still Requires Stories 1:7
Lecture 254 Never Talk About Your PowerPoint 1:10
Lecture 255 Free Focus Group Research to Make all Your PowerPoint Presentations Improve 1:46
Lecture 256 The Perfect Number of Bullet Points Per slide Is 0:45
Lecture 257 The Perfect Number of PowerPoint Slides Is 1:14

Section 26 : Be Persuasive! Using Your Communication Skills to Persuade

Lecture 258 Quick Win! Increasing Your Odds of a Face to Face Persuasive Presentation 3:1
Lecture 259 Always Select Your Best Persuasion Opportunities and Environments 1:58
Lecture 260 Learning Persuasion Skills to Beat the Naturals 1:28
Lecture 261 Mapping Out Your Finish Line - In Advance! 2:21
Lecture 262 Moving the Numbers Game To Your Favor 4:15
Lecture 263 The Unique Advantage of Persuasion in the Business World 7:19
Lecture 264 Never Bore With Data Dumps Again 2:1
Lecture 265 Master the Process Of NOT Telling People Too Much About Your Process 4:47
Lecture 266 The 5 Key Messages for Your Persuasion Success 4:27
Lecture 267 Your Secret Source of Winning Persuasion Messages 4:12
Lecture 268 Note I Probably Shouldn't Have to Mention This, But Don't Lie 1:28
Lecture 269 Persuade More By talking Less 4:29
Lecture 270 There is Nothing Like Seeing Your Persuasion Messages in Text 1:28
Lecture 271 More for You, By Not Talking About You 3:6
Lecture 272 Here is How You Get People to Remember Your Messages 6:39
Lecture 273 Ironing Out the Kinks in Your Persuasion Presentation 2:9
Lecture 274 Mastering Persuasive Body Language 4:28
Lecture 275 Persuading Yourself to Go Outside of Your Comfort Zone 1:46
Lecture 276 The Single Best Way to Prepare for All Persuasion Presentation Opportunities 2:34
Lecture 277 Persuasion That Takes 6 Months Is Still Persuasion 4:6
Lecture 278 Persuasion Is Sometimes More Effective At the Top Than At The Bottom 3:45
Lecture 279 Conquering Your Fear To Pitch Again 1:36
Lecture 280 Conclusion You are Now Ready to Persuade! 1:55

Section 27 : One-On-One Communication Skills

Lecture 281 How to Give a One on One Presentation Intro 2:47
Lecture 282 One on One Presentation Goals 1:0
Lecture 283 Research the Person 3:32
Lecture 284 Top 5 Messages 1:54
Lecture 285 How to Give a One on One Presentation Top 5 Messages Part 2 4:25
Lecture 286 How to Use Notes 1:51
Lecture 287 20 Questions 2:38
Lecture 288 One on One Presentation Stories 8:47
Lecture 289 How to Give a One on One Presentation Conclusion 1:11

Section 28 : Business Communication Skills for Team Presentations

Lecture 290 How to Give a Team Presentation Overview 1:38
Lecture 291 Team Presentation Goals 1:8
Lecture 292 Team Presentation Top 5 Messages 1:27
Lecture 293 Assign Topics 1:33
Lecture 294 Team Presentation Individual Prep 3:45
Lecture 295 How to Give a Team Presentation Group PowerPoint 3:53
Lecture 296 Team Presentation Rehearsal 3:54
Lecture 297 How to Give a Team Presentation Conclusion 0:57

Section 29 : Communication Skills for Technology Presentations

Lecture 298 How to Deliver Technology Presentations Intro 4:10
Lecture 299 Technology Presentations Goal 1:1
Lecture 300 Technology Presentations Top Five Messages 3:22
Lecture 301 Using Technology for Your Visuals 2:21
Lecture 302 Don't get Lost in Details 2:49
Lecture 303 Benefits not Features 1:52
Lecture 304 How to Deliver Technology Presentations Conclusion 2:6

Section 30 : Financial Business Communication Skills

Lecture 305 How to Give Financial Presentation Intro 4:19
Lecture 306 Financial Presentation Goals 1:13
Lecture 307 Financial Presentation Messages 1:55
Lecture 308 Financial Presentation Stories
Lecture 309 No PPT for First 2 Minutes 2:16
Lecture 310 Financial Presentation PowerPoint Tips 3:21
Lecture 311 Draw Conclusions 1:17
Lecture 312 Critiques From Others 2:53
Lecture 313 How to Give a Financial Presentation Conclusion 2:4

Section 31 : Sales Presentation Communication Skills for Business

Lecture 314 How to Give a Sales Presentation Intro 1:4
Lecture 315 Sales Presentation Goals 1:20
Lecture 316 Sales Presentation Messages 2:44
Lecture 317 Types of Sales Presentations 3:47
Lecture 318 One on One 4:28
Lecture 319 2 Common Blunders 1:42
Lecture 320 Sales Presentation Extra Tips 1:35
Lecture 321 How to Give a Sales Presentation Conclusion 1:51

Section 32 : Investor Pitching Presentation Skills

Lecture 322 Investment Pitch Overview 1:19
Lecture 323 Investment Pitch Core Messages 4:5
Lecture 324 Investment Pitch Common Blunders 3:26
Lecture 325 Investment Pitch The Power Point Deck 5:9
Lecture 326 Investment Pitch Prototype 8:15
Lecture 327 Investment Pitch Passion 3:51
Lecture 328 Investment Pitch Conclusion 4:38

Section 33 : Communication Skills for Speaking to Large Audiences

Lecture 329 How to Speak to Large Crowds Intro 3:19
Lecture 330 Coping with Fear 3:17
Lecture 331 Don't Yell 2:46
Lecture 332 Eye Contact 1:55
Lecture 333 Longer Pauses 1:28
Lecture 334 PowerPoint 1:49
Lecture 335 Possible Outcomes 1:34
Lecture 336 Why Video Matters 3:27
Lecture 337 How to Speak to Large Audiences Conclusion 2:21

Section 34 : Communication Skills for Speaking to Foreign Audiences

Lecture 338 Speaking to Foreign Audiences Overview 1:2
Lecture 339 Audiences Prep 3:6
Lecture 340 Culture 2:34
Lecture 341 Speak Slowly 3:46
Lecture 342 Handouts 0:52
Lecture 343 Fundamentals and Stories 5:3
Lecture 344 Working the Room 1:35
Lecture 345 Video Record and Test 4:46
Lecture 346 Speaking to Foreign Audiences Conclusion 2:38

Section 35 : How to Use a TelePrompTer Effectively

Lecture 347 How to use a TelePrompter Intro 1:36
Lecture 348 Video Benchmark 1:55
Lecture 349 Self-correction 2:12
Lecture 350 TelePrompter 4 Key Elements 6:43
Lecture 351 Teleprompter Speed 1:6
Lecture 352 Volume 1:27
Lecture 353 Pauses 2:1
Lecture 354 Head 0:43
Lecture 355 All 4 Together 1:32
Lecture 356 Full Speech Practice 2:30
Lecture 357 2 Prompter Screens 2:23
Lecture 358 Politician Role Models 1:15
Lecture 359 TV Role Models 1:17
Lecture 360 Teleprompter Potential Disasters 3:29
Lecture 361 How to Use a Teleprompter Secrets from Reagan 2:5
Lecture 362 Reasons to Not use a Teleprompter 3:41
Lecture 363 How to Use a Teleprompter Conclusion 0:42

Section 36 : Communication Skills for Making Simple Talk Head Videos

Lecture 364 The Video Advantage In All Your Proposals - Quick Win! 1:51
Lecture 365 Hype Versus Reality - Why Most People Never Create Simple Video 3:33
Lecture 366 Mastering the Human Side Of Looking and Sounding Your Best on Video 9:40
Lecture 367 How This course Will Improve Your Business 1:45
Lecture 368 Your Proposals will Stand Head and Shoulders Above Your Competitors 5:32
Lecture 369 Your Clients Will Find You Their Most Responsive Partner Ever 2:0
Lecture 370 Your Website Can Be Video-Centric 1:37
Lecture 371 Now You Can Answer Frequently Asked Questions Just Once! 1:51
Lecture 372 Talk Your Customers Through Your Whole Business Process 2:57
Lecture 373 Have an Even Greater Presence on YouTube 4:28
Lecture 374 Speak Your Thought Leadership 2:12
Lecture 375 Your Exciting Video Newsletters Will Outshine Text Newsletters 2:20
Lecture 376 Your Client Video Testimonials Will Prove Your Credibility Beyond a Doubt 2:54
Lecture 377 Facebook Live Will Never Scare You Again 3:38
Lecture 378 Project Your Best Face on Skype and Zoom 2:17
Lecture 379 Deliver Keynote Speeches Without Ever Leaving Home 3:45
Lecture 380 Drastically Reduce Your Time Training Employees and Others 2:18
Lecture 381 Anything You Can Type You Can Now Speak on Video 1:9
Lecture 382 Supercharge Your Public Relations Efforts With Video 2:9
Lecture 383 The Crisis Communications Secret Weapon 1:43
Lecture 384 You are Now Ready to Use Video Successfully In All Communications 2:13

Section 37 : Communication Skills for the Media - Media Training

Lecture 385 Doing This One Thing Will Give You Total Confidence Before Any Media Appearance 2:16
Lecture 386 It's OK To Feel Uncomfortable On Camera - Here's How to Get Over It 3:32
Lecture 387 You Can Look Great, Shape a Message, Answer Questions and Speak in Sound Bit 3:25
Lecture 388 Dressing for TV and Video Success 4:32
Lecture 389 Here Is Where to Look On Camera 2:23
Lecture 390 How the Media Pros Rehearse Their Interviews 7:21
Lecture 391 Move Like a Seasoned TV Pro 5:12
Lecture 392 Never Let the Seat Swallow You Up 2:34
Lecture 393 Never Look Bored or Scared Again 3:45
Lecture 394 Sell the Message by Selling the Messenger 3:23
Lecture 395 Sit Like This to Look Your Best 2:39
Lecture 396 Standing In Front of the Camera With the Greatest of Ease 2:55
Lecture 397 Your Turn to Be On Camera 2:2
Lecture 398 Accomplish Your Goals With The Right Message 5:22
Lecture 399 Anticipating the Reporters' Questions 3:7
Lecture 400 Brainstorming Your Message Points To Get the Best 1:58
Lecture 401 Summary of Messaging Elements 0:22
Lecture 402 The Power Of Your Positive Messaging 0:57
Lecture 403 The Venn Diagram for Messaging Success 3:47
Lecture 404 Time to Test Your Messages Out Loud 4:7
Lecture 405 You Have Solved the Problem 0:19
Lecture 406 Your Turn to Brainstorm Your Messages 3:42
Lecture 407 Creating Messages The Media Will Find Irresistible 1:53
Lecture 408 Find the right Message for Your Audience 2:48
Lecture 409 Results Won't Speak for Themselves, But You Can 0:29
Lecture 410 Stress What Is Important to YOU 1:54
Lecture 411 And One More Thing 2:57
Lecture 412 Always Be Moving Toward Your Message Points 1:16
Lecture 413 Brief and Bland Can Be Best 1:23
Lecture 414 Make 'I Don't Know' Your Best Friend 3:51
Lecture 415 Never Call Yourself a Crook 3:45
Lecture 416 Never Lose a Media Debate By Not Debating 1:19
Lecture 417 Never Stress Over the Questions Again 2:46
Lecture 418 Pick the Easiest Question for You 3:0
Lecture 419 Summary of Answering Tactics 0:40
Lecture 420 The Ultimate Skill - Rewriting the Question 4:17
Lecture 421 Three IS the Magic Number 6:17
Lecture 422 Use a Cheat Sheet And Never Get Caught 1:19
Lecture 423 You Don't Have to Control the Interview - Just Control Your Own Mouth 1:10
Lecture 424 Your Turn to Ask Questions 0:42
Lecture 425 Demonstrating Your Answering Abilities 2:56
Lecture 426 Absolutes Are Absolutely Easy to Get Quoted 1:40
Lecture 427 Analogies Are Your Friends 0:39
Lecture 428 Attack!!! Attack!!! Attack!!! 2:52
Lecture 429 Bold, Action Words Will Get You Quoted 0:52
Lecture 430 Cliches Might Not Impress Your English Teacher, but 2:50
Lecture 431 For Example 0:44
Lecture 432 How Do You Really Feel About This 1:3
Lecture 433 Laugh Your Way to Media Success 1:43
Lecture 434 Learning Moment 1:2
Lecture 435 Pop Culture References are Irresistible to Reporters 0:55
Lecture 436 Putting Your Sound Bites Together 1:56
Lecture 437 Sounds Bites Are a Means Not an End 1:8
Lecture 438 Summary of Top Ten Sound Bite Elements 1:27
Lecture 439 Test Your Sound Bites 1:34
Lecture 440 The Five Potential Outcomes of Every Media Interview 2:34
Lecture 441 The Most Important Part of Your Media Prep 5:8
Lecture 442 The Perfect Media Mindset 1:13
Lecture 443 The Three Simplest Sound Bite Patterns Are 3:2
Lecture 444 Total Sound Bite Failure 4:33
Lecture 445 What Else Is a Great Way to Get Quoted 0:48
Lecture 446 Your Turn to Create Sound Bites 1:54

Section 38 : TED Talk You Can Deliver a TED Talk Quality Presentation

Lecture 447 What Makes a TED Talk 3:34
Lecture 448 Passion for an Idea Worth Spreading 6:4
Lecture 449 Tell a Story 4:23
Lecture 450 Plan Your Visuals 3:39
Lecture 451 Timing is Everything 12:1
Lecture 452 Style AND Substance are Essential 16:10
Lecture 453 Video Rehearsal is the Most Important Thing 7:45
Lecture 454 Great Writers Read Great Writers 4:24
Lecture 455 Apply to Speak at TED 1:19

Section 39 : How to Deliver a Wedding Speech

Lecture 456 Wedding Speech Overview 1:0
Lecture 457 Wedding Speech One Special Thing 0:57
Lecture 458 Wedding Speech Story 4:8
Lecture 459 Wedding Speech What Not to Do 4:31
Lecture 460 Wedding Speech Booze 2:3
Lecture 461 Wedding Speech Focus on Bride and Groom 1:49
Lecture 462 Wedding Speech Cheat Sheet 1:7
Lecture 463 Wedding Speech Video Rehearsal 1:13
Lecture 464 Wedding Speech Feedback from Others 2:44
Lecture 465 Wedding Speech Conclusion 1:39

Section 40 : Communication Skills Give a Great Acceptance Speech

Lecture 466 How to Give an Acceptance Speech Intro 1:35
Lecture 467 Acceptance Speech Goals 2:17
Lecture 468 Thank People in a Meaningful Way 1:9
Lecture 469 Be Entertaining 2:2
Lecture 470 Watch YouTube Greats 1:15
Lecture 471 Tell a Story 1:9
Lecture 472 Just the Right Amount of Emotion 1:23
Lecture 473 Don't Read a Speech 2:9
Lecture 474 Speech Notes 3:29
Lecture 475 More Common Blunders 1:54
Lecture 476 How to Give an Acceptance Speech Conclusion 0:57

Section 41 : How to Be a Motivational Speaker

Lecture 477 How to Be a Motivational Speaker Overview 1:1
Lecture 478 Are You Motivating- 2:23
Lecture 479 What makes You Special- 4:0
Lecture 480 What is Your Story- 3:37
Lecture 481