A key characteristic of high functioning teams is good communication. Team members combine their unique experiences, perspectives, and strengths toward a common goal, and that means ensuring everyone in the group understands the same message.
At his first SHARE event in August 1971, Aron Eisenpress made a connection that would set the tone for his next 40-plus years as a SHARE attendee, volunteer and, eventually, Board member.
At the time, Eisenpress was one of the systems programmers at Columbia University for an IBM System/360 Model 7
Public speaking is as much about delivery as it is about content. That’s especially true in workplace environments where you may be asked to talk at length about technical topics which, while important, can also be dry and downright boring in the wrong presenter’s hands.
At the last few SHARE conf