Magazine Archive - January 2018

January 18, 2018

Speaking with an Accent: Love it or Lose it?

Resources , Seen|Read|Heard , Public Speaking

Should public speakers and presenters try to reduce their accents? As "The World In Words" podcast discovers, it's complicated...

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January 15, 2018

Rhetorical Device of the Month: Anaphora

Seen|Read|Heard , Rhetorical Devices , Public Speaking

It's hard not to think about public speaking and this rhetorical device when we remember and honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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January 5, 2018

Speaking in Public: A Grab Bag of Tips

Public Speaking , The Buckley Experience , Speaker's Bookshelf , Public Speaking Books , 30th Anniversary , Instruction , Resources , Speaking in Public

Reid Buckley launched our school with the Executive Seminar and his first book on speaking. As we mark our 30th anniversary, we're publishing excerpts from "Speaking in Public" each month, starting with his infamous guide to color-coding....

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January 4, 2018

Speaking to Lead: Recall what moves you

Public Speaking Fear , Public Speaking , Seen|Read|Heard , Presentation Tips

She wasn't much of a talker until her job demanded it. Here's how Olympian and once-shy public speaker Dawn Staley finds her voice and how the same technique can help you...

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January 3, 2018

Books for Speakers: Presentation Zen

Speaker's Bookshelf , Instruction , Resources , Public Speaking Books , PowerPoint

PowerPoint. Love it? This book's for you. Hate it? This book is REALLY for you.

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January 2, 2018

Public Speaking in 2018: Calendar of Classes

Public Speaking , Instruction , The Buckley Experience , School News

Our public speaking and presentation skills course schedule, with new programs for Buckley School alum....

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January 1, 2018

Public Speaking Warm-up: January

Resources , The Buckley Experience , Poems to Read Aloud

His poems about naughty children make us laugh, but for January's read-aloud, we're going with "January."

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