Lecture and Workshop Presentations: How To Make Them Pop

November 5, 2016

When creating a presentation, the main goal is always the same: keep people’s attention. Tell a story that not only interests your audience, but also relates to them. Good presentations are memorable. They contain graphics, images, and facts in such a way that they're easy to remember. A week later, your audience can remember much of what you said. Winning over the hearts and minds ...


Mentoring in the Workplace

October 12, 2016

  As someone dedicated to continuing education, ongoing improvement and learning, and professional development, I highly advocate the idea of becoming a mentor for your profession in your workplace. The workplace situation can be a complicated one. There are numerous types of people with all sorts of problems and petty quarrels. You need to not just mentor someone to pass on ...


Planning a Workshop

August 26, 2016

It is important to continue learning and educating yourself well into your career. It is also important to help others continue to educate themselves. As the old saying goes: “You haven’t mastered something until you can teach it to someone else.”   I host, design, and teach a variety of forums, webinars, and workshops dedicated to the continued education of dentists, oral ...

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Body Language for More Powerful Speaking

July 8, 2016

If you are a teacher, you lead workshops or board meetings, are a public speaker, or a mentor, all of these involve speaking in front of people and being convincing. Out of your entire toolbox full of resources including experience, education, a robust vocabulary, a great way of connecting with others, one of the most important skills is the skill of body language. It is an incredibly ...