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Why Improv's Principles Can Help With Workplace Speaking

With this simple discipline, you are never short of something to say

Most people don’t spend their lives giving presentations. Many people spend none of their lives giving presentations. Lots of leaders I’ve met would rather not have to give any.

More and more, however, ‘presentation’ isn’t about some distant figure onstage telling you about how exciting your KPIs are and how everyone’s passionate about ROI in Q3 as we leverage synergies going forward.

It’s more often about those informal, impromptu moments: networking, pitching to five people, the ‘town hall’ with questions coming from all quarters, or bumping into someone, dealing with clients and colleagues in unstructured interactions.

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