The Proper Care and Feeding of Your Audience Last month I was working with an executive on a presentation she was to give for a large conference. The talk was also to be streamed on-line and archived for later viewing. Needless to say she was concerned about how she would be perceived and that her […]

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Punch It Up! I love going to the State Fair! Not for the midway, or the shows, or even for the food. I love going to watch the people sell those crazy products. Ever-sharp knives that can cut through a hammer and still make wafer thin tomato slices. Miracle cloths that can soak up a whole […]

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Eliminate Boring Technical Talks We’ve all been there, another talk by the resident techno-geek. It’s going to be confusing, boring and a long afternoon. Does it really have to be this way? Not if the speaker takes the time to follow a few guidelines. 1.      Speak with the audience in mind.  If you have the expertise necessary […]

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Tips for Better Web-Based Presentations During a presentation class we recently taught, one of the participant’s asked, “ How is presenting over the web different from presenting live?” It was an interesting question and following are some suggestions for those of you who presents via webcast or web conference.  Inputs. In many web-based presentations the audience […]

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Dealing with Presentation Anxiety According to The Book of Lists, the number one fear of people is speaking before a group. The number seven fear is death. So if you were to say you would rather die than speak in front of a group, at least statistically, you would be in the majority! Even professional speakers […]

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