How to lead at the last minute

10/22/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

If you're asked to speak publicly without much time to prepare, stay calm, smile and remember that you're ultimately in control of the situation, John Baldoni writes. Those clutch moments are vital, he writes, because they're opportunities to win respect and create an aura of confidence and leadership. If the unfamiliarity of the situation starts to make you nervous, "act like you have been there before," he writes.

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