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Gilda Bonanno
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Declutter Your Presentation

A cluttered home or office can overwhelm you and make it difficult for you to find anything. Likewise, a cluttered presentation can overwhelm your audience and make it difficult for them to find your .
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Use a Microphone Like a Pro

If you have the option of using a microphone for your next presentation, use it. You will be able to speak at your normal volume while also allowing the audience to hear you without difficulty. Here ..
(January 13, 2009)
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Body Language Gestures and Movement

When communicating, your body language (facial expressions, gestures, movement, eye contact and voice) should match your message. If there is a disconnect between what you say and your non-verbal ..
(August 18, 2008)
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The Eyes Have It Using Eye Contact

Whether you're speaking to an audience of one or many, it's important to make eye contact in order to connect. It demonstrates your willingness to connect to the audience on a personal level. It ..
(June 14, 2008)
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Voice Power Part I

A key component of non-verbal communications is your voice. Along with eye contact, gestures, movement and facial expression, your voice can communicate meaning and help your audience focus on your ..
(June 29, 2008)
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Voice Power Part II

This is the second article of a two-part series on using the power of your voice to convey meaning and emotion to your audience. Along with eye contact, gestures, movement and facial expression, your .
(June 29, 2008)
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