Unformatted text preview: about how you can communicate your strengths authentically to someone so that you are memorable without being obnoxious—and then to practice —a lot. Absolutely no notes may be used ; nor any visual aids . Purpose of the assignment: It’s not just future entrepreneurs and salespeople who need to develop a “pitch.” Anyone applying for any kind of professional position needs to be able to answer the questions, “Who are you and what do you do?”—and if you are interviewing, the unspoken question you need to be able to answer as well is, “How will you or your product add value?” Assessment: The assignment is worth 50 points. 15 points each will be allocated to the following 3 areas: Content/Vocal delivery/Physical delivery. 5 points will be allocated to keeping within a time limit of 2 minutes to 3 minutes—with points subtracted from those 5 points depending on how far under or over the delivered speech is....
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- Spring '10
- Following, Value added, Harvard Business School, Daisy Wademan Dowling, Pitch Speech Assignment