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Milligan Articulation Celebrating 20 Years

Ruth Milligan Marks 20 Years of Coaching Storytellers

Leaders, Scientists and Innovators from Across the U.S. Now Seek Out Articulation to Help Them be Better Communicators Ruth Milligan is marking 20 years of entrepreneurship, having built one of the most sought out storytelling and communication coaching firms in the country. What began in 2002 as Milligan Communications is now known simply as Articulation. …

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How to Create Deeper Connections in Virtual Meetings

Connecting in a virtual environment is hard– we all experienced that over the course of the last year as we adjusted to the world of Zoom, Teams, or whatever platform we found ourselves on. While coaching hundreds of speakers and facilitating group meetings and workshops, Articulation discovered how to foster connection by being intentional. Whether …

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3 Good Reasons Why You Need to Rehearse for Your Presentation

In the last few months, we’ve had a few clients who have had this same general story: They report after an important town hall, annual meeting, board presentation, oral pitch…. “The event went…well…okay. It would have been better if everyone had a chance to practice. And we didn’t have time to rehearse the day before. …

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How to Dramatically Improve Your Voice When You Present Virtually

One of our clients asked, “Whenever I’m presenting online, I feel like I lose people’s attention. Is it my voice? What are some simple things I can change to improve the way I speak when I present virtually?” Dear client, we are happy to help. In the last year, we at Articulation have taken what …

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And the winner is…

Flexibility. As we sat in the gorgeous new conference facility at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, having just finished a day of rehearsals and a day of taping 16 talks, we started to finalize the panel discussion logistics. I said “Let’s try to do it in the lobby.” Long, pregnant pauses filled the cavernous room. (I guess …

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