Archives: September 2006
Thu Sep 21, 2006
Weak Conclusions Wreck Presentations
Your introduction got the audience interested. You laid out a great benefits-oriented presentation and now itís time for the close. Donít let all that hard work go to waste. Presentations canít simply stopóthey need to conclude. Here are the top five problems that sink presentations: More...
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Thu Sep 07, 2006
How To Make Statistics Understandable in A Presentation
The use of statistics in a presentation is a double-edged sword. When used appropriately, statistics can make a presentation more credible, more persuasive and more authoritative. Used inappropriately, they can make the presentation less interesting, less effective and less audience-centered. Itís unlikely youíll have a room full of statisticians, so you need to find ways to translate those numbers for a lay audience. Here are some tips on how to make statistics work for you rather than against you. More...
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