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This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which enables us to open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed and interactive sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have. So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook, LinkedIn or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This episode delves into the number of us who have gotten out of the habit, or maybe even completely forgotten the skills and rewards of speaking in public as a result of the impacts of the pandemic over nearly 2 years now!  This is a prime example of how a New Year doesn’t always call for a NEW you, but a rebirth of the ‘YOU’ that has been hidden away! This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-dawes-9030b724/Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs every 1-2 weeks as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook, LinkedIn or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at the benefits of making sure that we think about our audience rather than ourselves when presenting or speaking in public, which impacts elements such as your nerves, content, delivery, interaction, and more.This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-dawes-9030b724/Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at the impact and virtues of rehearsing and practising, and the answer may not be what you expect…This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show delves into the effect of changing our mentality from dictating our information/message to others, to sharing our knowledge, experiences, and skills for people to choose whether to absorb and grow from.We all grew from hearing others at some point in our lives (and still do), and we have probably all switched off when someone dictated their information and spoke AT us.  But not only does it influence how your audience receives your information, but also on how you feel about presenting it.  Relieve the pressure on yourself by just sharing your knowledge and information as an option for them and feel the difference when you realise that they are there to hear this, not to judge you! This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at something that is not just a realisation and mindset for the start, but ongoing and something to remind ourselves constantly.  We look at how the feelings from adrenaline can either stop you in your tracks or be embraced and enable you to kick yourself on to heights you never thought possible!  That explosion inside that can make you punch the air and roar out loud!Whilst the discussion will of course include listening and speaking (in a ratio many forget), the title two “sides” in this show are actually EMOTION and LOGIC.  Tune in to see why they are so important, what each of them achieves, and how you can make sure of their presence in your sales communications.This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at the myth that “public speaking” is only a skill for those that stand up and give presentations.  Much to our marketing experts’ disgust, we have found that not only is it a skill and developmental benefit that is industry, company size, and job role agnostic, but it applies to people for plenty of reasons others than presenting, and we will delve into those areas and how it has benefited people even more than they may have realised.Whilst the discussion will of course include listening and speaking (in a ratio many forget), the title two “sides” in this show are actually EMOTION and LOGIC.  Tune in to see why they are so important, what each of them achieves, and how you can make sure of their presence in your sales communications.This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at what, from my experience in B2B sales, are two vital sides that need to come together in sales communications, whether that is presentations, demonstrations, pitches, or the initial or ongoing general communication.Whilst the discussion will of course include listening and speaking (in a ratio many forget), the title two “sides” in this show are actually EMOTION and LOGIC.  Tune in to see why they are so important, what each of them achieves, and how you can make sure of their presence in your sales communications.This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at the fact the HOW you say something is at least as important as what you say. The tone we use can determine the feelings and integrity of what we have to share in presentations, training or media delivery and meetings. ____________This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at the impact of focusing too much on what can go wrong, or the potential obstacles (the trees), rather than the things that need to be done and what can be achieved (the snow and the route through the trees). ____________This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at the impact of things going awry, how you manage it, and how you minimise its impact.Considering public speaking is stressful and nerve-wracking enough for most of us, the impact when something fails or goes off-track can be debilitating!  But we can be like swans, looking serene on the surface whilst paddling furiously under the water.  There is also a point when you must stop trying to resolve and making the best of the situation.  We look at the best ways to stay calm and carry on.  Join in the chat with your own experiences and how you dealt with it or would do next time.____________This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show delves into something that has become much more vital over the last year or so!  Communicating via and presenting to a camera, especially a webcam.Whilst workplaces may be returning to use, there is going to be a degree of home-working remaining, and a reduction in travel to face-to-face meetings, presentations, and training.  Webinars have grown in popularity too, but it is not a natural thing for many of us to speak to a black hole in the camera’s lens!  So how do we cope with the challenges, and how do we still make it fully engaging?  This week we touch the surface of that area of training that we provide to leave you with some thoughts and techniques to make the most out of it.____________This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at a habit that is priceless to form because it will impact your nerves, your delivery, your recall, your flow, and dramatically improve the impact and absorption of your information from those you are sharing it with!Whether the nerves make us speak too quickly, or we get nervous because speaking too quickly increases the chance we will forget and/or make mistakes when presenting, it is probably the hottest topic we cover in our training because of the ratio of people who it applies to.  Working on it will impact so many things that I would say that it is the number tip from observations and personal experience and something that needs to be considered ongoing and even by many seasoned speakers. ____________This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show looks at how you can switch a mindset, which will naturally also switch your style!This style will help your nerves, your delivery, how you are received, and the level to which your information can be digested and connected with.  It may seem like a throw away statement, but by “having a conversation” with your audiences/meeting participants rather than falling into the rigid presenter/reporter mindset and method will have huge benefits for both you and those listening to you.  The discussion includes how tone, emotions, attitude, inflections, etc. are all affected by this switch.____________This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
This is the podcast of  “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show is about accepting that when you start working on developing yourself you start off being “consciously competent” (know what to do but have to remind yourself) before becoming “sub-consciously competent” (doing it without thinking).  To that end, we will also look around the Open Dawes Training portal and how you get to work through the training, engage in person (not just on video/audio lessons), and return as required to the training material over the 12-month access period to take yourself on this journey from one stage to the next without beating yourself up about it.____________This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/liveYouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
“Opened Dawes” Live is designed to run weekly as a live video show at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved.  The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.This week’s show is launching the new series, launching our new “Communication Skills that Remove Limits” programme, which is a hybrid of online on-demand training and personal interactive development.  These sessions will allow us to delve into some of the topics/sub-topics from the programme, expand on some of the points, or delve into specifics with/for you.  In this episode, we start with why and how public speaking is such a vital skill set.____________This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OpenDawesTraining/live YouTube:www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)Thanks to:www.opendawestraining.co.ukwww.chrisdawescomms.co.ukwww.opendawestraining.co.uk/connect
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