Whether you’re using questions to engage your audience during your opening, or posing rhetorical questions during your presentation to keep your audience engaged, questions can be a savvy presenter’s best friends. Lee Cronin, a professor of chemistry, nanoscience, and chemical … READ MORE
Let’s face it. Both technical and business presentations are full of important data—data that can make for very dry and boring presentations. But, if you are passionate about your data and convey the story behind it, your presentation will be … READ MORE
The business world has been exposed to just about every PowerPoint template there is. The fact is, PowerPoint slides are beginning to replace the presenter. But, people don’t buy ideas or products from PowerPoint slides. People are persuaded by people. … READ MORE
Steve Jobs once said…
“You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work back towards the technology—not the other way around.”
Great advice for virtual presenters as well, especially as webinars become more and more popular.
Think about it.
Rita F. Pierson influenced the world as a professional educator since 1972, teaching elementary school, junior high, special education, and professional development workshops and seminars for thousands of educators.
Pierson is a great case study because her presentation echoes what … READ MORE
Chade-Meng Tan, better known as Meng, Google’s “Jolly Good Fellow,” is one of Google’s earliest engineers and a very engaging and effective presenter.
Meng is a great case study to illustrate how presenters — whose first language is not English … READ MORE