There is a lot of buzz around Clarity, these days – as many people pivot, reposition or completely change their lives. But when it comes to communication, whether you are writing a presentation for the board, marketing copy for a new widget you are selling or writing a Ted talk about the story of your life – what does Clarity mean and more importantly, how do you find it?

In our recent Experts in Residence session, Communications & Creativity – Sandbox had the pleasure of inviting Jan Bailey of Ovation Speaker Training to talk to us about effective strategies to help you recognize your message, find inspiration and uncover your presence so your clarity can move others. Get ready to try some of these techniques at home – you’ll be glad you did.

Missed the session? Check out the video below so you can take notes on how to calibrate your clarity! 

Some of the main points covered include:

  • How clarity relates to your message 
  • Clarity is a skill that you should practice
  • The 3 tools to recalibrate your clarity metre

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Jan Bailey 

In her highly interactive workshops, OVATION speaker trainer, Jan Bailey, has helped countless individuals transform their ability to connect to their audience and deliver authentic and meaningful messages with impact. Now, more than ever, communication with some oomph is an essential skill. At a time when our emotions swing from overwhelmed to irrational, our ability to communicate effectively follows suit and it can be hard to remove the anger, frustration or even fear from our voice, let alone from our message … and that can have all manner of consequences.


Jan Bailey BA, MAEd is a communication and speaking expert who has designed and delivered hundreds of workshops
 internationally on public speaking, stage presence, on-camera presentations, and communication. Along with writing and
producing a ten-part career development series of books, Jan’s 27-year career has involved extensive on-camera experience
as a television host along with being a long-time professor of communications.


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