1.Read 1 Kings 19:10–13 and then discuss the implications of these verses. How did God communicate to Elijah? How did He make His point to Elijah?
1.Read 1 Kings 19:10–13 and then discuss the implications of these verses. How did God communicate to Elijah? How did He make His point to Elijah? What are the implications for effective communication? There were very dramatic events and it was there that Elijah expected to find God but He was not there. Why? Yelling versus soft response? What are the benefits versus cost of time between a simple handwritten note and an email? How do we get heard?(150Words)
2.The author of the Exceptional Presenter asks you to think about exceptional presenters you have heard. What characteristics made them exceptional? List four characteristics or traits for two to three presenters who you have felt were exceptional. Provide a website address to a video or audio recording of one or more of your chosen presenters.(150Words)
3.Watch the video from Tedx, “The Need to Explore” at http://www.davidmeermanscott.com/media-center/
Write a -page paper in which you:
•Identify a recent visionary speech, marketing campaign, or leadership communication piece that you find particularly effective. Be sure your choice reflects “big thinking” as Scott describes in the video in regards to the Apollo program.
•Define what you believe the objectives of the speech or campaign to be and why this is a good example of big thinking.
•Describe how the leader employed good communication and persuasive strategy
Evaluate why you think the speech or campaign was/is effective.
4.Using Koegel’s first three chapters, in a 2-page paper, evaluate your current skills and level of confidence as a presenter. Follow the exercise on p. 29 of rating yourself as a presenter. Include 2-3 goals on how you want to improve your presentation skills.
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