Presentation Tips

Which Presentation Style Suits You According to the Myers Briggs Test?

You might have heard of the Myers Briggs Test. There are numerous websites offering personality tests which place people in one of 16 personality archetypes described by Myers Briggs Type Indicator. This is based upon a system developed by Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers; the latter being the daughter of Katharine Cook. What […]

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6 Customer Journey Maps You Can Swipe

When retail was all brick and mortar, things were simple. Business displayed their inventory; customers came in and physically assessed it and bought what they liked. Payments, returns and exchanges were handled in the store. Was there a buying journey then? Yes. And in smaller stores, there were sales clerks to help the customer along […]

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How to Overcome Procrastination & Deliver Amazing Presentations

How to Overcome Procrastination

The pressure of delivering a presentation and making an impact on your audience can be overwhelming. One of the escapes that many presenters seek to overcome this stress is procrastination. As counterproductive as it might be, it appears that procrastination is the natural coping mechanism for many presenters looking to escape the idea of failure. […]

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How to Start a Presentation: 5 Strong Opening Slides and 9 Tricks To Test

Knowing how to start a presentation is crucial: if you fail to capture the audience attention right of the bat, your entire presentation will flop. Few listeners will stick with you to the end and retain what you have told. That is mildly unpleasant when you are doing an in-house presentation in front of your […]

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Building a Persuasive Argument with the Rhetorical Triangle Concept

Building a persuasive argument can be difficult for many presenters. It is easy to get lost in translation if you’re not sure about what are you looking for. To make things easier, presenters can focus on three main aspects of building their argument using the Rhetorical Triangle Concept. Derived from Aristotle’s three rhetorical appeals, the […]

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Use Your Body Language to Rock Your Next Presentation

PPT Template Rock Presentation Body Language

When tasked with giving a presentation to an executive audience, and you will in one way or another in business, it’s important not only to have something worth saying, but also being effective in how you communicate your ideas. Human beings are social creatures, thus we train ourselves very early on how to understand each […]

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How to Give A Compelling Interview Presentation: Tips, Examples and Topic Ideas

Backup your statements with facts Interview presentations have now become the new norm for most industries. They are popular for sales, marketing, technology and academic positions. If you have been asked to deliver one as part of your job interview, prepare to build a strong case for yourself as a candidate. Giving a general presentation […]

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How to Use an Empathy Map to Understand Your Audience

As a presenter, one can tend to focus too much on the final presentation, missing one essential ingredient in the mix, empathy! Many presenters can face the dilemma of not truly understanding their audience, ending up with a presentation which no one is interested in and some might even get offended by. To truly understand […]

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Presenting a Force Field Analysis to an Executive Audience

PPT Templates for Force Field Analysis

A Force Field Analysis is a principle, which was developed by an American psychologist, Kurt Lewin. It looks at to opposite forces influencing a situation to help assess the best course of action. At an organizational level, a Force Field Analysis might be used for making essential decisions. Understanding the Force Field Analysis & Its […]

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How to Effectively use the 20/60/20 Rule for Your Audience

As a presenter, you are looking to influence people and get your message across. However, a minority of individuals can sometimes ruin the prospects of a good presenter. It is not only essential to deliver a good presentation but it is also important to win hearts and minds during the process. This might mean that […]

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How to Boost Productivity using the Pomodoro Technique®

Digital devices have helped us master one art in particular more than all others, procrastination! Many analysts are now arguing the strain on productivity that digital devices are causing. To boost productivity and to enhance the quality of work, it might be time to go Pomodoro®. The Pomodoro technique® is used by people around the […]

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How to Write an Effective Quarterly Business Review

If you are walking down the street to establish yourself as a business advisor, there are some aspects that you will have to pay attention to. The Quarterly Business Review is an important concept you would need to ponder upon. Let’s take a quick look at what these reviews are and their importance. What is […]

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