Leaders also do that, but they get people to do something because they want to do it — not because they must do it,” says executive coach and leadership expert Ian MacFarlane.,From leveraging empathy and storytelling to being aware of their body language while remaining genuine, the most inspiring leaders do the 10 following things when they speak.,They state their case concisely and effectively Inspiring leaders may be empathetic, but they also mean business.,Super inspiring leaders infuse their speeches with passion and emotion, painting a picture that extends far beyond the tangible and tugs on the heartstrings of their audience.,They hold eye contact MacFarlane says the most inspiring leaders not only hold eye contact, but they are also very deliberate about who they look at: “Whether it is a one-on-one conversation in person, in Zoom meetings, or a public forum in front of a large audience, making eye contact is essential.

Our anchor product Prezi Video lets you bring any content onto the video screen with you during a video conference or recorded video, like a newscaster or weather person.,Prezi’s first investor was TED Conferences, so we’ve been used frequently over the years by TED presenters, and our “aha” moment came when a presenter needed to “beam himself and his content” from Stanford to the main stage of the TED Conference in Vancouver.,We launched Prezi Video in November of 2019 and had no idea how soon the world would go full virtual just months later.,It cuts down on time spent in live video calls, lets more introverted team members contribute on their own timeline, and overall encourages people to own their schedules while still empowering them to give full virtual presentations at any time.,One really simple saying, that I learned 17 years ago from a manager, that has helped me act is the idea of “seven different ways, seven different times”.

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