Effective Presentations: Hints for effective delivery Here is a simple list of seven good points that will help you deliver a great presentation, whatever your comfort level might be.
Effective Presentations: Effective use of humour It’s a bit of an age-old question: How funny should a presentation be? Do you need to kick off your presentation will a belly laugh, do you aim for a few chuckles or is there no room for light-heartedness in presentations? With a background in stand-up comedy, here are […]
Effective Presentations: Tips for Question & Answer time Obviously, the question and answer section of any presentation is an important one, but for an inexperienced presenter, the idea of it can be fraught with angst. What if I don’t know the answer? What if someone challenges my answer and I can’t respond? What if I […]
Effective Presentations: Keeping the audience’s attention Especially if you’ve been allocated a dead hour of an agenda – i.e. 3:00pm when everyone’s energy is waning, how do you ensure your audience is paying attention? Here are some sure-fire ways to get eyes on you and brains switched on.
Effective Presentations: Major mistakes presenters make There are a few golden rules to follow to avoid the major pitfalls of a poor presentation. Here are my top ten to keep in mind.
Effective Presentations: Using handouts effectively I guarantee that we’ve all walked away from a presentation on either side of the extreme. Either empty handed with no material and just the speakers words running around in your brain, or inundated with so much paperwork and notes that you won’t get enough time until the end of time […]