So, you are a confident presenter. You know your way around PowerPoint. Your nerves are under control when you stand up to speak.
Here are some presentation tips to enhance your repertoire. Good luck presenting with them.
18th September - Many presenters now design their presentations for Twitter, in order to try and get their content to go viral. What is the best way to do this?Presentation Skills
6th August - The vast majority of presenters experience nerves when presenting. How can you keep nerves under control and prevent them from affecting your performance?Presentation Skills
30th July - This week, we take a look at how long presenters should spend talking about individual slides, and how this should impact presentation length as a whole.Presentation Skills
18th July - FAQ: What gestures and hand signals should I use when presenting to have the most impact?Presentation Skills
25th June - Sometimes, a language barrier can get in the way, even if you speak the same language. How can you overcome potential language barrier difficulties?Presentation Skills
11th November - It’s one thing if your audience enjoy your presentation, but if they come away without remembering any of your key messages your tie will have been wasted. Presentation Skills
4th November - Some use PowerPoint 2010, some have upgraded to 2013, some have 2007, and there is even an ancient copy of PowerPoint 2003.Presentation Skills
28th October - How much text should be in my presentation? Short answer: As little as possible.Presentation Skills
15th October - There are many reasons for you to record your presentation as a video. You might want people to be able to watch it over and over again. Presentation Skills
- Corporate Presentation Tips
- Visual Aids Gone Wrong
- Seven Aspects of Highly Effective Presentations
- Presentation Ideas
- Company Presentation, Brand, and Compliance
- Improving a Sales Presentation
- Presentation Tips that Suck
- Presentation Agency Selection
- Presentation Optimisation
- The Right Visuals
- Advanced PowerPoint Training
Paul Armson, Prestwood Software
The presentation was slick and polished – it really looked professional. The slides demonstrated the message, making it clear and easy to understand; particularly the complicated graph, which was broken down into simple steps. Much nicer to watch than slide after slide of bullet points! It really did look great.