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Public Speaking: Too Much Information?

Avoiding information overload in oral presentations and learning to speak comfortably without a podium

You've got questions? We've got answers. This week, executive communications coach Aileen Pincus answers some frequently asked questions from executives about communication.

I'm part of a research team with a nonprofit organization. We are often asked to present our key findings to those outside our organization. I'm told my presentations are sometimes too detailed, but I don't want to damage my credibility by leaving out important information. Is there a way to get it right?