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It is the political season, and we wouldn’t be doing our job if we didn’t follow the GOP Convention in Tampa and point out the communication hits and misses in the most prominent speeches. So, at this point, our regular readers know the drill. But for you newbies, here are the rules. We are not engaging in a political conversation, nor are we endorsing a particular candidate over another. Leave your red, blue, green and tea party hats at the door, and let’s look at the communication styles, messages, and delivery of the speeches.
The two most promoted speeches were that of Ann Romney and Chris Christie. There were some strong points to both, and some faux pas that you as a communicator should avoid whenever you make a presentation or speech. Let’s take a look at each, separately.