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Background Information

Employment History

Kitchen Shelter


Senior Content Developer

Duarte Design Inc


Director of Debate

Michigan State University


Affiliations

Women's Debate Institute

Board Member


TOPIC COMMITTEE

Members


Education

Eisenhower High School


Master of Philosophy

International Relations

University of Oxford


undergraduate degree

areas of International Relations and History

Michigan State University


Web References(33 Total References)


The Women's Debate Institute

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Greta Stahl


Champions of the National Debate Tournament | American Forensic Association

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1st Michigan State University - Carley Wunderlich & Eric Lanning, Coaches: Greta Stahl, Will Repko


NDT Posts | American Forensic Association

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2010 - Greta Stahl, Michigan State University


www.popsci.com

Communications expert Greta Stahl reveals the five keys to a great political speech
The best speeches, political or otherwise, follow a set of five basic guidelines, says Greta Stahl, content developer (read: speechwriter) at Duarte, a communications firm that advises TED talkers, CEOs and companies from Cisco to Twitter. "Most great speeches really start with a message, and choose strategically which evidence to cite. It's sort of the opposite of how you form an opinion," she said. Understand your audience and target your words appropriately. This is actually pretty hard in a political convention, because you're playing to two separate audiences: The cheering one on the convention floor who will already vote for you, and the one at home, watching on TV, minds maybe or maybe not made up. "If you think about Mitt Romney, people didn't really see him as very personable or relatable, so you could see a pattern in all the speeches at the convention that would go out of their way to address that," Stahl said. "For Ann Romney, the message was, 'Here is this guy who I love and trust, and because of that you should love and trust him too,'" Stahl said. Now there's been some controversy in the press over whether that story was actually true," Stahl said. This is where Clinton really soars, Stahl said. It can go really awry if you do it without thinking about it," Stahl said, noting Clint Eastwood's mind-boggling RNC speech. Stahl said there is some research to back up the fact that this really works, including psychological studies of storytelling, but she added that sometimes you just know. I'm sorry, but I believe that Stahl was talking about Mitt Romney when he said "For Ann Romney, the message was, 'Here is this guy who I love and trust, and because of that you should love and trust him too,'" or at least (for Gov Romney's sake!) I hope she was talking abut her husband....


www.popsci.com

Communications expert Greta Stahl reveals the five keys to a great political speech
The best speeches, political or otherwise, follow a set of five basic guidelines, says Greta Stahl, content developer (read: speechwriter) at Duarte, a communications firm that advises TED talkers, CEOs and companies from Cisco to Twitter. "Most great speeches really start with a message, and choose strategically which evidence to cite. It's sort of the opposite of how you form an opinion," she said. Understand your audience and target your words appropriately. This is actually pretty hard in a political convention, because you're playing to two separate audiences: The cheering one on the convention floor who will already vote for you, and the one at home, watching on TV, minds maybe or maybe not made up. "If you think about Mitt Romney, people didn't really see him as very personable or relatable, so you could see a pattern in all the speeches at the convention that would go out of their way to address that," Stahl said. "For Ann Romney, the message was, 'Here is this guy who I love and trust, and because of that you should love and trust him too,'" Stahl said. Now there's been some controversy in the press over whether that story was actually true," Stahl said. This is where Clinton really soars, Stahl said. It can go really awry if you do it without thinking about it," Stahl said, noting Clint Eastwood's mind-boggling RNC speech.


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