Complement Your Training with Educational Resources
EMS Communications firmly believes that knowledge is the key to fostering meaningful personal growth and finally ridding the world of boring and ineffective presentations. With that in mind, here are some educational resources, which EMS provides for free to help you develop the skills you work on in training.
Sell It…Don’t Tell It: How to Write and Deliver a Winning Presentation is EMS’s on-the-go guide for developing more effective presentations. This ebook not only offers tips for how to engage your audience better, but also contains helpful worksheets designed to assist you in becoming an expert presenter. Learn more about the Sell It…Don’t Tell It ebook.
Speaker’s Digest is the EMS monthly electronic newsletter. It contains articles about the elements of public speaking, critiques of recent speeches and presentations in the media, and news about EMS Communications itself. Explore the Speaker’s Digest archives to the newsletter’s past issues.
EMS Communications produces instructional videos that deliver short lessons in communication and leadership. Other videos explain and highlight the benefits of specific services that EMS offers. View EMS’s growing collection of videos on the EMS channel and you can even leave feedback on what other topics you’d like to see covered—maybe the next video will take you up on it!
For many of our clients, working from home while social distancing also means presenting from home. As virtual meetings become the norm for important organizational conversations and planning, how can you make sure your message comes through as loudly and clearly as if you were meeting in person?
EMS Communications is conducting virtual training/coaching sessions to help clients brush up their virtual communication skills and prepare for important meetings, so contact us about scheduling time for yourself and your teams.March 23, 2020
During election night coverage on Super Tuesday, the most interesting presenter we watched talked too quickly, used repetitive gestures, and spoke with a clipboard in his hand. But his energy and his passion carried the day, and even though his message was complicated, he did an amazing job of engaging a TV audience.March 6, 2020
As many of us prepare to vote in the upcoming presidential primaries, the Democratic presidential candidates just completed their last debate before Super Tuesday. EMS watched the seven candidates on stage, and hereby offer our general impressions of the speaking and presentational styles of each.February 29, 2020
We often help our clients find and practice stories that they can tell when they present. Audiences respond to and remember personal stories more than any other part of a speech, bridging that gap between you just a little bit (and sometimes a lot!) We tell the story about Jack Nicklaus, and why he liked to wear yellow shirts on the golf course on Sundays.February 26, 2020