Corporate travel is booming, despite a temperamental global economy and the world still somewhat hung-over from post-9/11 security concerns with air travel. For individual travelers, corporate clients, plus companies and shareholders in the air travel industry, there is cause for a lot of optimism.
The lectern is often used by people giving speeches or presentations. When is it appropriate and when is it not appropriate to use one? In this presentation, T.J Walker discusses how misuse of the lectern can interfere with how well the speaker’s message gets through to the audience.
The well respected Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric sits down in an interview to extrapolate upon the future position of America’s economy.His insight and experience in the business world has given him a great deal of knowledge and wisdom as to how, and who makes the economy thrive.Listen to this interview to see what is in store for the American economy.
When being interviewed, it is important to stay focused on your message and key talking points. If confronted with a negative question – never repeat the negative – simply state your positive message. You can control the interview if you focus on delivering two or three key points. As T.J Walker discusses in the following article, this can be achieved, using a very simple technique.