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 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
9th September - Should I take questions at the end of my presentation, or throughout? m62 discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each approach.Presentation Skills
3rd September - How long should my presentation be? We discuss ideal time frames and techniques for managing presentation length.Presentation Skills
23rd August - What equipment should I take with me for my presentation? We list the items you should consider packing when planning a presentation.Presentation Skills
- Presentation Ideas
- Seven Aspects of Highly Effective Presentations
- Visual Aids Gone Wrong
- Company Presentation, Brand, and Compliance
- Improving a Sales Presentation
- Presentation Tips that Suck
- Presentation Agency Selection
- Corporate Presentation Tips
- Presentation Optimisation
- The Right Visuals
- Advanced PowerPoint Training
Angela Norton, Project Manager, Idis
What we liked was the m62 approach in terms of working with its clients to develop key messages and then progressing to the storyboard and design stages. It was clear that message was the most important element in the presentation, and the design element was created to support this.