Monthly Archives: August 2016

Key to persuasive public speaking

Allison Shapira, trainer and coach for public speaking, wrote an excellent piece on HBR.org on how to speak more persuasively in public. And the key is not necessarily a well written speech but it is rather the way that you speak and use your voice. Her 4 top tips: Start with the right posture Breathe deeply Speak “on the… Read More »

Designing an official apology – when companies have to admit mistakes

Okay – summer vacation is over and we better get back to work! And I’ll start right a way with a note on the best piece of writing on I have read this summer – one that certainly provides some inspiration for the upcoming textbook updates of “Introduction to Corporate Communication”. The Harvard Business Review in its September issue… Read More »