So, while I would not be considered an orator, I do speak in front of groups of 3-to-20 people for a living. And, being in software sales, I better be PERSUASIVE or I’ll be looking for another job! Great list. It’s really tough to boil the ocean of possible skills down into a short list of just 6, but I think you picked 6 good ones. One I might as is: BE YOU! When I first started speaking, I had this false notion that I should speak like a politician or a self-help guru (poise, cadence, stoic posture, etc.). I thought that because those are the only types of people I had ever seen present. So, in trying to emulate them, I automatically was “acting” instead of just “being”. It’s a lot easier to be you, quirks and all, and focus on the material. Steve Jobs was a master of this, oftentimes channeling his inner nerd. I like to do the same, because comfort and confidence are two of the most attractive qualities in a presenter. ;)
If Mr. Tweeter accepts SHT’s offer, then EDENZ resorts will undergo the following changes:
· The current board of EDENZ will be changed and a new board will be appointed
· Mr. Tweeter will be a member of the new board, and will be a minority share holder. However, he will no longer be the CEO of EDENZ.
· SHT will appoint a new CEO for EDENZ. Mr. Wong, from Hong Kong, who has successfully lead SHT’s Macau operations is the most likely appointment.
· Other than the board and the CEO, rest of the senior management team will initially remain the same