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Improve Your Presentations by Ditching the PowerPoint

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The PowerPoint is a staple of the corporate workplace, enabling workers to better engage their audience and present their data in a compelling, aesthetically pleasing manner. However, the ubiquity of the PowerPoint also means that the PowerPoint has lost a bit of its charm. When you are regularly staring at slide decks for a large portion of your work week, …

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5 Presentation Tips from the Experts

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If you want to be successful in the business world, being able to give great presentations is an essential skill that will help you stand out and get noticed for your ideas. Presentations are a great way to provide value and share input with your company. But presentations don’t always come naturally, and even the best presenter still has areas …

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7 Body Language Tips for Presentations to Guarantee an Engaged Audience

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When it comes to presentations, you communicate as much through what you don’t say as you do through what you do say. In fact, the single most impactful factor when giving a presentation is the non-verbal cues you communicate to your audience. Body language accounts for 55% of the total influence of a presenter. It seems wasteful to spend so much …

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Sales Presentations: How to Lose Your Audience in 10 Ways

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Want your sales presentation to bore at new extremes? Here are 10 of the most unattractive presentation ideas and off-putting ways to pitch your prospects. Sales Presentations: How to Lose Your Audience in 10 Ways from PGi Put everything you’ll say on your slides. Use small font so it all fits. Read every slide. Write your data out in bullets. Show …

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Why No One Cares About Your Presentation: 5 Don’ts

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Presentations are scary business. For some, it’s the public speaking part that makes them buckle at the knees. For others, it’s the fear of putting everyone to sleep that makes them worry about every detail. But killer presentations aren’t a “pie in the sky.” You simply need to throw out all your old ideas about presentations and subscribe to a …

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Waking the Dead: A Guide to a Killer Presentation

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You’re making a presentation, and suddenly, you hear “squeeeeak..clonk, clonk, clonk.” A monster’s on the way! What do you do? How do you wake the dead? How do you keep beasties and ghouls from ruining your pitch? Here’s your guide to a killer presentation. How to Slay a Zombie Silent and unresponsive, zombies have limited function in their brains, and …

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It Was Only a Dream: Why Presentation Nightmares Can’t Hurt You

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We’re talking about presentation nightmares, fears and anxieties this week on the Future of Business Collaboration, a topic that I am (unfortunately) quite familiar with. In my role here at PGi, I’m constantly presenting. Whether it’s a strategy session with our board of directors, an M&A discussion with our CEO or a corporate presentation to existing or potential investors, my …

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4 Quick and Dirty Presentation Tips to Squash Your Presentation Nightmares

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Have you voted on your biggest presentation nightmare yet? All week long we’re highlighting the fear of presenting and how to triumph over it. When planning your next presentation, you probably spend days if not weeks putting your slides together, planning logistics, etc. But did you know there are some easy, psychological tricks you can incorporate into your presentation to …

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Make Your Next Presentation Fun and Engaging

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Presentations are a great way to share information with a group of people. A successful presentation has the potential to leave you inspired and wanting more. A boring presentation makes it almost impossible to pay attention, making it a waste of everyone’s time. No matter what topic you are speaking about, it’s important to keep your meeting guests engaged so …

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