What is the most interesting part of your presentation?

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Let’s say you’ve been asked to stand & deliver a one-hour presentation to a large business audience. So you craft a presentation. You rehearse. At this point, it’s time to deploy an old speechwriter’s tip. Ask yourself: “What is the single most interesting part of my presentation?” Answer honestly. Your response should give you some …

Be yourself? Why not be someone else?

By Laura Bergells on

Say you’re giving a live presentation to a large audience. And let’s say this is not something you do on a regular basis. You might be a little nervous about your presentation, so you turn to friends or the internet for some public speaking advice. As you do, you’ll undoubtedly hear or read this strange …

Two Ways to Let Your Audience Co-Create Presentation Content

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Your audience has the technology. They’re carrying smart phones. They have net books or note books. So why not let them use their snazzy tech tools to co-create presentations? Here are two tech-driven ways to let your audience co-create presentation content. PollEverywhere. Audience interactivity is a big part of the draw of PollEverywhere. You ask …