Tips ‘n’ Tools
More often than not you'll be presenting to a mixed audience. There are many variables such as experience, sector, roles. You may have Commerical and Tech in the same meeting with different concerns. So how do you keep all of them satisfied? Read this to find out how.
Writing out a 'script' and sticking it on your screen won't do you any favours. So how can you use prompts without sounding scripted?
Here's how breathe to calm your nerves and power your voice before you present.
Cameras are off either for you or your audience in a virtual presentation. Here's how to make them more engaging, regardless of who can't see whom.
How do you tell people who you are in a presentation? This guide shows you what to include when you introduce yourself.
When you want others to make decisions as a result of your presentations, you need emotion. Here are 10 ways to include emotion that make people want to act: even when the content's dry.
Ending a presentation can feel awkward. Once if grinds to a halt, you're left weakly asking, "Any questions?" or an ...
https://youtu.be/yqH3PrV-D14 Watch the video. It's a whisker under 3 minutes... Dribbling is one of the most common presentation foibles. Now when ...
Some talks are as clear as mud. The speaker pops from one point to another, jumping scenarios until they merge ...