Category Archives: Confidence

What Have You Done for Yourself Lately?

By Featured Speaker Wally Adamchik All too often we see the syndrome of the leader who has reached a plateau. What have you done for yourself lately? How can you continue to expect higher performance from your employees when you … Continue reading

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When Nervousness Makes Your Voice Quiver

By Featured Speaker Nancy Daniels Has this ever happened to you? You stand to give your speech or presentation; and, when you begin speaking what comes out of your mouth is higher in pitch and quivering to boot. So what … Continue reading

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Supercompetent Key 1: Activity – Activity Demonstrates Value and Reflects Importance

By Featured Speaker Laura Stack In this competitive economy, just being able to do your job is no longer enough. Competence is simply expected in today’s workplaces. But you can’t be simply competent; you have to be SuperCompetent to get … Continue reading

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What Public Speakers Can Learn from Lady Gaga

Every morning I take a 40-minute walk while listening to tunes on my iPod Shuffle. One of the artists who has several songs loaded on my iPod is Lady Gaga … a woman who knows how to brand herself very … Continue reading

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