All Posts by Chris Green

About the Author

Chris is a speech writer, public speaker and communications expert based in Atlanta, Georgia. If you would like help from Chris and his team on your next presentation or speech, you can reach out to him at hello@chrisgreencommunication.com.

What is a Business Presentation?

What is a Business Presentation? So what is the difference between public speaking & a  presentation? Nobody seems to have a clear answer. Even the Oxford English Dictionary does not clear up the confusion. If you look at the OED definition of the word “presentation” it says “a demonstration or display of materials, information etc; […]

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The Holy Trinity of Public Speaking

The Holy Trinity of Public Speaking Everyone will have different views as to exactly what makes a great presentation or speaker. Having given over 500 business presentations & speeches, won public speaking awards, run public speaking training classes and courses and written a book on the subject, Chris is in as good a position as […]

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Master The Art Of Public Speaking

Master The Art Of Public Speaking Having given over 500 business speeches, won public speaking awards, run public speaking training classes and courses and written a book on the subject, Chris is in as good a position as anyone else to give you some tips. From all my experience, I have distilled the key traits […]

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Defy ‘Death by PowerPoint’ With Effective Visual Aids

Defy ‘Death by PowerPoint’ With Effective Visual Aids There is a tendency to believe that all presentations need visual aids to support them. This rapidly becomes a belief that ALL presentations need visuals and we end up in a place where the visuals are more important to the speaker or the words they are delivering. […]

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Eye Contact

There is no better feeling when you are watching a speaker than when he or she gives you eye contact;  it seems as if they are talking directly to you. Giving eye contact when public speaking is also a very challenging skill to get right, and not just for beginners. First off, many people worry […]

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