6 lessons on speaking at graduation and beyond

05/12/2011 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

If you've been called on to give a graduation speech, remember to keep it short and to focus on what you've learned rather than what you've done, writes Richard McKeown. Don't use a script and avoid humor at all costs. "Anecdotes, illustrations, personal references, yes. Humor for humor's sake, no."

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