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Posts Tagged: Presentation
The equivalence of this in my adult life is being read to from a PowerPoint presentation that I could, you know, read myself. We’ve all been in those presentations, trainings or meetings. The presenter hands out a stapled version of the PowerPoint that’s on the screen. And then they read it to you. Verbatim. Don’t… Read more »
Getting buy-in on a new idea is a critical component of creating positive change in your organization. A few tweaks to your approach could improve your presentation and communication skills – are you ready to put that next big idea into action?
I hope to save hundreds of meeting attendees from utter boredom with the following top ten tips for running a good meeting.
With so many people teleworking and working in virtual environments, you need to make every opportunity for personal interaction count. That means having an elevator speech that flows effortlessly off your tongue.
Sometimes there is a need to break from routine and innovate how we create effective communications products for the various publics we serve.
Good news: you do not have to be a full-time professional trainer to produce PowerPoints and training materials that coordinate well with one another. Here are a few tips that will help.
Here are a few tips to make dress rehearsals part of your presentation preparation.
PowerPoint has become the default presentation tool and in its ubiquitous use, it’s also turned into something we all dread.
My name is Lauree, and I’m an introvert. If you are one too, it can feel like an apology, as if we have to be different in order to be effective. It’s not true. Even at work, even with your boss, and even if you’re asked to speak in front of a group and youRead… Read more »