Presentation Coaching

Communicating effectively beyond the mask

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / March 18, 2021 /

A year after much of the country entered strict lockdowns designed to contain the coronavirus, President Joe Biden is moving closer to slowly lifting restrictions across the state of New York now that the vaccine rollout is underway. As companies adapt to new ways of working and leaders find new ways of communicating, it has…

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4 PROVEN techniques to make your business presentation more humorous

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / March 2, 2021 /

One of the most desirable and endearing traits of a great leader is a good sense of humour. Not only does it leverage your persuasive power by captivating your audience, it also increases your likeability and allows your audience to buy into you. You have a GREAT message- and even if you think it’s quite…

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What’s your ‘One BIG Message?’

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / January 6, 2021 /

Each time you give a presentation, whether it be to your executive team, your clients or an audience you are less familiar with, you need to have a clear message. It’s the overriding theme of your presentation or speech and it’s the one thing that you want your audience to remember and take-away with them.…

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“The Art of Persuasive Speaking in Global Business” the benefit of the Bundle Offer

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / December 11, 2020 /

My two online programs “The Art of Persuasive Speaking in Global Business” launched last week and the interest has been phenomenal. I’m just so pleased that I could find a way to share all the knowledge and techniques I have learnt as a Business Strategist and Keynote Speaker and encapsulate them into a program that…

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establish ethos in a speech

How to establish Ethos in a speech

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / November 13, 2020 /

Ethos is a Greek word meaning “custom,” “habit,” or “character.” It’s one of the key elements of a great speech, including logos and pathos and is essentially about establishing trust with your audience. The great philosopher Aristotle said that people are more likely to believe someone who has a good character. He believed that we…

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Stacey Abrams Storytelling speech

How Stacey Abrams’ speech uses the power of Storytelling

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / November 10, 2020 /

When former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams delivered the Democratic response to President Donald Trump’s 2019 State of the Union address, she used one powerful tool throughout her speech – storytelling. In case you are not too familiar with Stacey Abrams, she is the 2018 Democratic gubernatorial candidate, and after losing Georgia governor’s race…

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Why logic is critical to your business presentation skills

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / October 29, 2020 /

Have you ever listened to a speech or presentation and thought… What exactly is the point they’re trying to make? So what? How did he/she come to that conclusion? In all of these cases, the speaker probably lacked logos. Logos is a Greek word which derives from the English word, logic. Logos is part of…

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preparing for a pitch presentation

Preparing for a pitch presentation: A true story that won my client a multi-million dollar deal

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / October 9, 2020 /

I happened to bump into Xavier – an MBA classmate from NYU Stern a few months back when we both got stuck in the rain whilst trying to hail down a taxi. It was rush hour (and raining!) never a good combination, but as fate would have it, Xavier was on the very same sidewalk…

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Adapting presentation for online audience

Adapting your presentation for an online audience

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / October 1, 2020 /

So much of our lives have changed over the last 6 months, including how we have to deliver presentations … for the time being, at least.  If you’re due to deliver a presentation to a large audience over the next few months, there’s a good chance you’ll be asked to deliver it online. So you…

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