Among the characteristics identified as “executive presence,” one of the most important is the ability to present information to any audience with clarity and confidence. Deborah Boswell recently wrote an article on this subject for the Birmingham Business Journal.
A short and sweet elevator pitch is a necessity in the business world. Birmingham Business Journal recently interviewed Deborah on the secrets of a great one.
Leeza Gibbons and Bill Rancic of the nationally-syndicated TV show, “America Now,” recently featured Deborah Boswell and her accent reduction work. Reporter Janet Hall discovers that “taming a wild Southern accent” takes skill, time and expert guidance.
Deborah Boswell talks with The Birmingham News about coaching persons who stutter, those who fear public speaking, those who need foreign accent modification and executives who want to improve their presentation skills.
Clinical and corporate speech specialist Deborah Boswell was interviewed by NPR affiliate WBHM on “The Science of Stuttering.”
What do Deborah Boswell’s seasoned clients wish they had known about communicating when they started their careers? Open this PDF, scroll to page 8 and read the article from the Birmingham Business Journal.
Enjoy Deborah Boswell’s interview with Gayle Lantz of Work Matters,Inc. They discuss how to build and strengthen your presentation skills — a must for anyone who wants to catapult their career!