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Do what you can, but what you can, do it.

After more than 100 weekly tips, the publication of a first book in December 2015 (French only) and the preparation of a second by the end of this year, the time has come to renew the format of our ZE Thursday Tips! Starting next week, every Thursday, we’ll post an inspirational quote that will help…

Develop your leadership skills over the holidays!

The time has come for ZE Thursday Tips to take advantage of the summer season and get some rest. With or without holidays, summer is usually a time where work pressure is lower, when we take the time to finally do what the bustle of everyday life make impossible or not a priority. This is…

And what if ‘routine’ had some good points?

As soon has we pronounce the word routine, some of you already feel an infinite boredom fall on your shoulders. Rest assured because we‘ll be talking mainly about concentration and performance. If we talk to you about routine and sports, there’s a strong chance that you’ll remember the famous football star Zinedine Zidane concentrating on…

How can you memorize your presentation?

When we prepare a speech, especially when there are stakes involved, we would like to free ourselves from our notes in order to give a fully open sincere and committed speech.  Last week we saw how presentation notes can play their support role effectively. Today we will discuss memory techniques that will help you be…

Presenting with or without notes?

This Thursday tip requires a short preamble. Indeed, with the “typical” presentations we run across being are very heavily overloaded with text, bullet points, tables and pie charts, the issue of notes doesn’t arise to the extent that it is the slide itself that plays the role of reminder.  The goal here is not to…

Does storytelling work in every country?

The globalization of markets has also led to the globalization of presentations.  It is not uncommon today to prepare a presentation in France that you’ll give in Germany to an English audience.  Even though speaking in public is never trivial, presenting in a language other than your own, to an audience of a different culture,…

Dare to be audacious in your presentations!

When it comes to preparing an upcoming presentation, it is common to come across people who seek at all costs to distinguish themselves from others, to completely break away from what is normally done and creating a buzz, with one goal in mind: making an impact. We won’t be the ones to criticize this. It…

Don’t drop your ideas!

Ideas are at the heart of what drives us. They make us want to get up in the morning, they feed our conversations and, if they receive the support of others, they bring innovation to companies and organizations. Ideas are a significant vector for motivation but they have a big drawback: they don’t spread by…

How to rehearse effectively?

It’s been awhile since we’ve emphasized the need to rehearse your presentations. You’ll not only keep your spontaneity, but more importantly, you’ll be able to benefit from many advantages: You’ll be ready sooner. It’s true that if you don’t rehearse you can finish your presentation the night before or even the morning of the big…