Podium Finish: Top 3 Speaking Tips from TED


Regardless of your opinions on the topics of TED talks, they stand as fantastic lessons on compelling public speaking. I’ve generalized a few concepts here that I hope will help you during your next leadership speaking opportunity, regardless of the size or location of the audience.

  1. Start with why: Simon Sinek
  2. Get “out of the screen” with props or interactive questions: Tristram Stuart
  3. Make it personal and live your “call to action” (tied): Tony Robbins and Tim Ferris
Images: http://www.ted.com
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3 thoughts on “Podium Finish: Top 3 Speaking Tips from TED”

  1. […] Knowledge Management: a central repository for standards, policies, procedures, and other specific “tribal knowledge” accumulated with experience in any organization. A top-notch knowledge management system combines the “push” of compliance with the “pull” of recognition for contributors and highly accessible content (like wikipedia and TED). […]

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