HBR – How to Stop Using Fillers When Speaking

Have you ever been listening to a speech or presentation and heard countless “you knows” or “umms”?  Is it coming from a member of your team or you?  These are called fillers and when too many are used, your message is at risk of being missed by your audience.

Here is a nice write up from the Harvard Business Review on the subject, including some simple things to eliminate or reduce.

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