038-Charmaine Hammond_Trilingual_Podcaster

Episode 4 June 12, 2019 00:15:30
038-Charmaine Hammond_Trilingual_Podcaster
The Trilingual Podcaster / Le Balado Trilingue
038-Charmaine Hammond_Trilingual_Podcaster
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Show Notes

In this episode I have the pleasure of talking with Charmaine Hammond, expert in collaboration and corproate sponsorship. You will learn: * How a projector problem became a conversation facilitator. * That the way you handle a speaking-challenge can set the next speaker up for success or failure. * The story of an elementary school boy made her day after her presentation. * That you should prepare your first 90 and last 90 seconds very carefully. * That you need to believe in your message and stories.

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