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How the Top VCs Want to Be Pitched

5 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>When you’re preparing to pitch to a venture capitalist, you'll likely look for resources that tell you what constitutes a great pitch. And, sure, you'll find many expert tips on the best and most effective pitches. But have you …

Venture Capital

How to Present to Millennials

If you find yourself giving a presentation anytime soon, there is a large probability that a significant part of your audience will be comprised of millennials. These are individuals who were born between 1980-2000, and this group recently surpassed Boomers as the largest and likely …

6 questions that will change how you approach live online training

Many of us are old enough to be tempted to say, “If I had only known back then what I know now…,” and fewer of us were wise enough to get a mentor to …

How to Design a Conversation of Impact

We all have our fair share, most of us probably agree that there must be a more productive way to run many of them, especially since they occupy a …

Get the Boss to Buy In

An engineering manager at an energy company—we’ll call him John Healy—wanted to sell his boss on a safer and cheaper gas-scrubbing technology. This might have been an easy task if his boss, the general manager, hadn’t selected the existing system just a year before. Instead it was, in Healy’s …

Management

How to Present to Senior Executives

Senior executives are one of the toughest crowds you’ll face as a presenter. They’re incredibly impatient because their schedules are jam-packed — and they have to make lots of high-stakes decisions, often with little time to weigh options. So they won’t sit still for a long presentation with a big …

460: Understand How People See You

How to Act Like the Most Powerful Girl in the Room

Steepling yes. Stacking no. And other non-verbal cues that anyone can master.<p>What's the most important part of "faking it"? Confidence. So next time you walk into a room feeling very Hannah Horvath when you really, really need to channel your inner Beyoncé, stop focusing on what to say to seem …

Body Language

What Type of Presenter Are You?

Knowing the answer to that question is the key to presenting your idea in the best possible light.<p>Over the last 10 years we’ve worked with thousands …