In our new COVID world, you may need to speak virtually. Here are some ways that can help you prepare and develop effective content.
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It’s more important than ever to make sure presentations are accessible—allowing all participants, particularly people with disabilities, to effectively engage with the content being delivered. For that reason, I’m equipping you with seven steps and resources to help you create accessible presentations.
If you have been given an opportunity to present your knowledge or expertise to an audience, here are some tricks and tips that can help the experience be a good one for both you and your attendees.
Creating a connection during a presentation allows for greater influence on your listeners — and a far less uncomfortable experience for the presenter.
Powerpoint is a trusted source for sharing information. But there’s also the dreaded “death by powerpoint.” Here are 3 ways to improve your presentations.
We’ve found seven of the best online courses that can help government employees like yourself get ready to become a new manager.
We’ve found seven of the best online courses that can help government employees like yourself become better at public speaking. Some are free, and the rest are priced right for government agencies of any size.
If you want your slides to have more oomph and less ho-hum, here a three simple ways to create more fabulous PowerPoint presentations
My favorite PowerPoint tricks that can help you become more adept at creating awesome presentations.
To be a great public speaker, you and what you say need to be remembered. People should leave your presentation with three things: one message, one experience, and one visual that they will remember. Besides making you memorable, these three things can serve a triggers that help your audience recall other parts of your presentation.