“Be the Best Bad Presenter Ever” by Karen Hough, ImprovEdge Founder and CEO, named Gold Honoree in Benjamin Franklin Digital Awards.
“Be the Best Bad Presenter Ever: Break the Rules, Make Mistakes and Win Them Over” by ImprovEdge Founder and CEO Karen Hough has been named Gold honoree in the Benjamin Franklin Digital Awards. The awards, launched in 2013 by the Independent Book Publishers Association, recognizes innovation in electronic publishing……Read More
Karen Hough Certified Speaking Professional Certification
ImprovEdge CEO, Karen Hough, receives Certified Speaking Professional® (CSP) Certification from National Speakers Association.
ImprovEdge is proud to share that Founder and CEO Karen Hough has received the Certified Speaking Professional® (CSP) Certification. Conferred by the National Speakers Association, the CSP is the speaking profession’s international measure of professional platform excellence…..Read More
Break This Presentation Rule: Your Purpose Is to Give a Good Presentation.
“Good” is to a presentation as “Fine” is to a compliment. Your purpose is to make something happen!
You have more potential to be an authentically engaging, and impressive presenter than any polished fake. The key is to break the rules that keep you hamstrung and reconsider what’s important. Yes, we’re going to break rules! And then find out how to get to the passionate, effective presenter I know you can be….Read More
The Key to Speaking with Confidence
If I asked you to walk around a room as though you were the most confident person in the world–if I asked you to show me confidence, only with your body and without words–what would it look like? You might stand up straight and walk slowly with long strides and smooth arm gestures. You’d look people in the eye, smile, and hold up your chin. You would breathe deeply, and your shoulders would relax…Read More
3 Critical Attributes of Leadership Presence
As we lurch through the first part of the 21st century, we are desperately in need of people who make us feel calm, confident and inspired. Ironically, as we hand over more of our work to technology, and remove ourselves from each other, the need for authentic, human interaction increases. We rely on email, the phone, videoconference, and automation to take care of our colleagues and our clients. If we only have once or twice a year to interact with those important people, we want that experience to be professional, meaningful and authentic…Read More
Learn How to Be the Best Bad Presenter Ever with Karen Hough