Presentation skills is a daunting area for many, but being a good presenter isn't something you're just born with. Even the most nervous, or clueless of presenters can learn how to present like professionals just by following some key advice.

Jan 2020
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For consultants, the client presentation is part of the value delivered – and so it makes sense to get it right. It’s pretty silly to spend weeks researching, thinking, testing, and prototyping – only to make your work look bad with terrible slides and a confusing talk. We share 9 presentation tips for consultants.

Jan 2020

    Training presentations done well can impart information that stays with you for a considerable amount of time. The same can be said about poor training presentations, but for all the wrong reasons. The good news is that all it takes is a few key techniques and people will end up taking much more away from your courses than the free pens and paper.

    Jan 2020
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    At some point, most of us will be required to record ourselves speaking, whether it's recording a podcast, adding voice-over to a presentation, or creating an on-demand webinar. Like most people, you probably don't enjoy hearing yourself speaking on 'tape', but here are a few ways to make sure that everyone else will.

    Jan 2020
    19th Feb 2014

    Review: PheedLoop

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    Ever wanted to find out what your audience really thinks about your presentation? Fed up of collecting paper feedback forms? Then there may be an answer in PheedLoop. PheedLoop is a cute little tool for presenters to gather feedback from their audiences, without the need for printed sheets or awkward face to face feedback moments.

    Jan 2020
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    Overcoming presentation anxiety and recovering from presentation disasters - from someone who once fell off the back of a stage. Find out how I recovered and discover my top tips for handling any presentation mishaps that come your way.

    Jan 2020

      Many of the principles of ballroom dancing can be applied to presentations. I’m not suggesting you break into a Quickstep whilst reporting financial results or wow new prospects with an Argentine Tango, but instead, you take heed of how dancers are able to present themselves effectively, keep the audience entertained and make an impact in just 2 and a half minutes.

      Jan 2020

        The key question every prospect asks themselves when listening to a presentation is what’s in it for me? This means that presenters need to make sure that the answers to the key question or questions – why change? why change with us? are presented in a way that’s meaningful to the prospect.

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