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How to end your presentations on a high note

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 29, 2015

Great presentations and speeches can be undone with a weak or dull ending, writes Michelle Mazur. "When you nail your speech, your audience becomes your advocates and wants to spread and talk about your message. The last words you utter on that stage should enable them to do that with ease," she writes. Communication Rebel blog (07/28)


How to sharpen your communication skills

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 30, 2015

What drives you to be a leader?

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 28, 2015

Why good leaders make certain promises to employees

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 27, 2015

You don't have to be aggressive to get ahead

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 31, 2015

Having a strategy requires saying "no"

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 28, 2015

5 ways to make technology work for you

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 27, 2015

Face your fears to lead your team forward

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 30, 2015

How does a car thief stay alive? Guile and a case of mistaken identity

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 30, 2015

Real leadership is a state of mind

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jul 29, 2015


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