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These 9 Things Make You Look Unprofessional In Meetings

By | Posted Jul 5, 2016

Could your poor meeting etiquette be rubbing your boss the wrong way? Use these tips to leave a positive impression and create a more productive environment at your next meeting.

Steve Jobs Knew How to Run a Meeting: Here’s How He Did it

By | Posted Jun 29, 2016

Steve Jobs’ management style has always been a subject of debate. Whether you agree with it or not, he was still able to build the most successful company on the planet. Here’s an inside look at how he led company meetings and what you can learn from it.

How to Craft Compelling Business Stories

By | Posted Apr 21, 2016

Are you struggling to keep your audience’s attention? Motivate them to listen by telling stories at your next speaking engagement. Communications coach Beth Noymer Levine provides three tips on how to use storytelling to explain business ideas in a more effective way.

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8 Tips To Improve Your Delivery Style

By | Posted Mar 24, 2016 | 2 Comments

Are you struggling to get your point across? Communication and speaking expert Beth Noymer Levine provides simple tips you can incorporate into your future presentations.

How to Leverage the Five P’s of Pitching

By | Posted Feb 17, 2016 | 1 Comment

Do you want your voice to be heard? Discover how you can own the room at your next meeting. Effectively communicate your business concepts by incorporating Beth Noymer Levine’s presentation tips.

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How to Keep Your Audience Hooked

By | Posted Sep 30, 2015

Do you know how to effectively capture your audience? Beth Noymer Levine reveals the ways that you can better understand your audience when you speak at an event.

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Why Brevity is Best in a Presentation

By | Posted Sep 9, 2015 | 2 Comments

During your last presentation, did you notice your audience’s attention beginning to wane? Rambling on about your topic is a certain way to cause your listeners to lose interest. Beth Noymer Levine explains why brevity is your best friend in a presentation, and how to be more concise in your speeches.

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