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How to Wrap-up Your In-Service Presentation


Carol Loria, President ERI:   Leaving your colleagues inspired and wanting for more information can be a challenge. In your final comments, repeat your main points.  Tell your colleagues how they can obtain further and more in-depth information.  If you … Continue reading

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10 Words to Use to Enhance your In-Service Presentation to your Therapy Department…..


Carol Loria, President ERI: Use emotion words and logic words.  Use some of these words if they are appropriate to your content and comfortable for you:    Emotion words such as instinct, felt, reaction, sense, confident. These words are most helpful … Continue reading

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4 Critical Questions to Ask Yourself When Preparing an In-Service for your Therapy Department.


You have returned from a weekend of learning great new material and want to share it with your department….. How do you prepare? I want to share some great tips with you from our company president: Carol Loria, President ERI: … Continue reading

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How to Wrap-up Your In-Service.


Leaving your colleagues inspired and wanting for more information can be a challenge. In your final comments, repeat your main points.  Tell your colleagues how they can obtain further and more in-depth information.  If you are so inclined, invite them … Continue reading

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10 words to Use to Enhance your In-Service Presentation to your Therapy Department…..


Use emotion words and logic words.  Use some of these words if they are appropriate to your content and comfortable for you:   Emotion words such as instinct, felt, reaction, sense, confident. These words are most helpful in describing clinical … Continue reading

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3 Tips to Keep Your Colleagues Interested and Engaged When Presenting an In-Service


There is nothing worse than speaking in front of a group of people and having them look bored to tears.  What keeps your interest when attending a presentation?   Here are just a few pointers I’ve learned over the years: Highlight only … Continue reading

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The Most Important Question to Ask Yourself When Planning your In-Service


Once you have defined your audience (see Blog #2) and planned for your time-frame, it is critical to identify the 2-4 points you want to make. What are the 2-4 key issues, ideas or skills that you want the group … Continue reading

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4 Critical Questions to Ask Yourself When Preparing an In-Service for your Therapy Department.


Carol Loria, President ERI: You want to share your learning and enthusiasm with your colleagues but you only have 1 ½  hours to present 2 days worth of material. How do you pair down the material?  How do you decide … Continue reading

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