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Chapter 7 of the audio book version of ‘Leadership Charisma’ is ready to download.  If you missed any earlier chapters or the introduction to this series of free downloads please browse here to catch up. This next instalment includes the introduction to Step 3 in the Leadership Charisma process – which focuses upon ‘physical charisma’ – the part that body language and other nonverbal behavior plays in creating a charismatic impact.  The first chapter in that section is Chapter 7, which is entitled ‘The Charismatic First Impression’.

The Charismatic First Impression

To listen to or to download the latest chapter press the ‘continue’ link. Continue reading “LEADERSHIP CHARISMA – FREE AUDIO BOOK: CHAPTER 7” »


Your voice is an endlessly versatile instrument – with the smallest changes in tone, volume and inflection you can express the full range of emotions from depression to joy, from enthusiasm to lethargy, from pessimism to optimism.

Use your voice to color your presentations

When presenting inject variations in tempo, volume, tone, etc. to make what you are saying interesting and to underline and emphasize key points with the emotional depth and color only your voice can add. Continue reading “COLOR YOUR PRESENTATIONS” »


The easiest way to make your speeches and presentations powerful and memorable is to emulate the greatest speakers – use lots of imagery to make your key points.

How to use images in presentations

In the first post of this three-part series we looked at the research that demonstrates the power of imagery in presentations. In the second post you read how to spice up your presentations in “6 ways of lighting up your talks and speeches with imagery”.  In this final post we’ll look at how to go about injecting imagery into your presentations. Continue reading “HOW TO USE IMAGES IN PRESENTATIONS” »