how to make a good presentation
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No one was born to be a good presenter, there are skills to be trained. We have collected lots of useful tips and tricks on how to improve your presentation performance. Apply them and you will find yourself much more cable to manage your anxiety, impress your audience and get your points across.
5 Presentation Skill Secrets That Will Dramatically Improve Your Performance
Learn the 5 Presentation Secrets designed to help you
see an immediate and dramatic improvement in your
presentation skills. Read more...
Fading into Sameness: How Too Many Slides Can Ruin Your Presentation
I fondly remember the days when presenters spoke passionately about a subject near and dear to their heart without having to display every single thought on a slide. Unfortunately, today when asked to prepare a presentation, presenters spend the vast majority of their time working on their slides, rather than on perfecting their delivery style. Read more...
How You Speak It: Tone of Voice
The audience may say a speaker is boring even though the content in very stimulating. It's the monotone voice that makes them think the presentation is dull. Read more...
Effective Use of the Hand Out
Have you ever missed the first few minutes of a speaker's presentation because you were occupied with looking through her handout? That's a typical problem that many of us have experienced. Read more...
When to Memorize in a Speech
Memorizing a speech creates many challenges--having a memory block, sounding mechanical in delivery, and lacking rapport with the audience, to name a few. Besides, memorizing a speech simply takes too much time. Thus I recommend: do not memorize a speech! Read more...
Audience involvement in a presentation
An effective tool in public speaking is getting the audience to contribute information. Speakers often hesitate to do this because of the risk that is involved. Read more...
Creating Your Presentation Success With a Positive "I CAN" Attitude
Research solidly indicates that
expectations influence behavior meaning if you
expect to succeed, it is likely that you will and
if you expect to fail, you are more likely to be
unsuccessful. Read more...
Practice Makes Perfect: 7 Tips for Making the Most of Your Presentation Practice
Believe it or not, preparation is a better
determinant of presentation success than knowledge,
experience, or even talent. The best presenter is
almost always the presenter who is the most prepared. Read more...
How Visual Aids Undermine Presentations: Three Ways You May Be Boring Your Audience to Tears
The belief that visual aids equal a presentation is a very common misconception. Visual aids are aids. They are not even necessary, usually. Read more...
A Winning Motto: No apologies, No Excuses, No Confessions
When you apoligize, make an excuse, or confess at any time during your presentation, you are in essence saying to the audience, “Don’t expect a lot from me today because I’ll probably disappoint you.” Read more...
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