Published articles by our Founder, Brian P. Lange, from his column "Front of the Room" in leading training magazine Focus.
A Banker resigned today–very publicly–from his employer and published an Opinion piece in the New York Times (http://tinyurl.com/6ozlqmt). Some are claiming sour grapes as a result of a lower-than-expected bonus–but, regardless, the editorial is worth noting some key reminders for those that help steer the ships or tend the sails of organizations.
Ask someone who’s just delivered a presentation how things went, and you often hear something like, “Um…I think it went pretty well.” Ask further, “What might be different for the audience as a result of the presentation?”–and you may see shrugged shoulders and a quizzical expression on his/her face.
If you’ve ever struggled with how to handle “naysayers” or other potentially challenging audience member behaviors while presenting, you may want to check out my recent Front of The Room column for Focus Magazine: http://tinyurl.com/8wxwqkj. Thanks for your interest…