Dec 2018

Online learning is fast becoming the go-to method for delivering courses, and testing is becoming a key part of making sure that your participants take away the right information. The trouble is that getting someone to answer a question might be good in the moment, but how do you write questions that will test participants so that they’ll retain the information longer than a Snapchat...

Dec 2018
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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.

Dec 2018

Japanese anime and PowerPoint slides have more in common than you might think. There is a huge army of people who take Cosplay very seriously, and that’s exactly how you should treat your next presentation. Here's how...

Dec 2018

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.

Dec 2018
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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.

Dec 2018
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.

Dec 2018
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I fell off the back of the stage whilst giving a presentation a couple of weeks ago. How did I recover from this presentation disaster? I felt like an absolute idiot, obviously. The stage was huge - there was really no reason to fall off. I like to point at the screen sometimes, and it turns out the screen was a tiny bit further back than the stage. I stepped to the screen, and fell into a chasm of shame. It was unexpected, and humiliating.

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