MS PowerPoint Vs Google Slides: Which Platform is Better for Business Presentations?

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In a matter of a few months, face-to-face meetings and business processes turned digital. With a huge shift and transformation in business communication, virtual presentations have become the new normal. Virtual presentations have posed a big challenge […].

The Best Ways for Summarizing Business Presentations

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Two things are the easiest to lose when delivering business presentations. The best way to avoid death by PowerPoint during a business presentation is to summarize your content smartly. Why Should You Summarize Business Presentations?

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What can Business Presenters Learn from the Best Street Entertainers in the World?

Presentation Guru

There’s a 36 year old guy, married with a mortgage and 3 kids. He stands on a cobbled street in London, asking tourists for money. If they don’t give him money, his kids don’t eat, his rent doesn’t get paid and he has to go and find himself the real job that he’s tried to avoid for his entire life.… … Performance Understand your Audience Audience Connection featured inspiration Interaction Making it Memorable Practice Role Models street entertainers

Business Presentations that Persuade, Engage and Get results

Pivotal Public Speaking

Own the Room: Business Presentations That Persuade, Engage, and Get Results: How to Deliver a Presentation to Get What You Want. Don’t Just Present. Powerhouse presentations that engage and move your audience . And Own the Room will give you a communication toolkit to make any presentation lively, compelling, and memorable. => [link].

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Business Presentation Expert Asks "Accepting an Award?"

Fripp THE Executive Speech Coach

Tips on How to Give an Acceptance Speech by Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE As a Business Presentation Expert many of my clients ask advice on accepting an award. We worked together to come up with a gracious acceptance speech, still funny, but one that would leave everyone present feeling great about the evening, the award, and the organization. Sooner or later, you're probably going to be presented with an award. Tags: Public Speaking & Presentations

8 Actionable Tips for an Awesome Marketing Presentation

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The post 8 Actionable Tips for an Awesome Marketing Presentation appeared first on SketchBubble Official Blog. Business Presentation Tips

Business Presentation Advice from Patricia Fripp Associate Sims Wyeth

Fripp THE Executive Speech Coach

Business presentation advice from Patricia Fripp Associate Sims Wyeth. Presentation Pointer: Leave out the extraneous   If you don’t want to talk about it, don’t put it on the slide. Tags: Public Speaking & Presentations Sims always says so much with so few words. Knowledgeable people in the audience notice small details and ask penetrating questions. Less knowledgeable people lob random questions to probe for weaknesses in your argument and character.

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The Path to 7-Figures with Ryan Estis

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Listen as Jane and Ryan Estis answer your questions about how to grow your speaking business! Want some great advice from a 7-Figure speaker? The post The Path to 7-Figures with Ryan Estis appeared first on Jane Atkinson.

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How Different Cognitive Bias Impact Your Presentation

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For example, confirmation bias — our tendency to use preconceived knowledge and interpret evidence that supports our existing beliefs — can become an erroneous perception of an audience when doing a business presentation. 6 Types of Cognitive Bias to Take into Account When Presenting.

Creating an Idea Worth Sharing with Tamsen Webster

Speaker Launcher

Tune in to hear Tamsen Webster share her Red Thread Method and learn how to create an idea worth sharing to make your speech unforgettable! The post Creating an Idea Worth Sharing with Tamsen Webster appeared first on Jane Atkinson.

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These Screenwriting Principles Will Make Your Business Story More Engaging

Duarte Blog

The post These Screenwriting Principles Will Make Your Business Story More Engaging appeared first on Duarte. Business Presentations Storytelling cinema hero jeff davenport mentor movie movies presentation stories story storyteller storytelling

3 Leaders Who Effectively Use Storytelling to Transform

Duarte Blog

Instead, when leaders give a presentation or speech, they’re quick to turn to impressive stats and industry news to persuade. Business Presentations Storytelling ceo CEOs executive executives leader stories story storyteller storytellers storytelling

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3 Ways to Inspire Others with Data Stories 

Duarte Blog

Audience Business Presentations Storytelling data datastory Nancy Duarte peggy noonan storyData helps organizations gain valuable insights into customers, employees, products and markets, but there is a limit to what databases and charts can do on their own.

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The CEO’s Guide to RPA: Robotic Process Automation Explained

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The Business Benefits of Incorporating RPA. The result is that the bots can be used to mimic or emulate selected tasks (transaction steps) within an overall business or IT process. RPA is not suitable for long-running business processes automation.

How to Incorporate Decision Trees into Your Presentations

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Decision Trees Are Powerful Assets for your Presentations. Or perhaps you’re deciding between two different businesses to work for. When Can You Add Decision Trees to Your Presentation? The possibilities of integrating decision trees into your presentations are nearly endless.

Quick Guide to Project Kick Off Meetings

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The first meetings must be a presentation that can set up the milestones, generate agreements over the scope, and define the tasks. . In your first steps to preparing your presentation, it’s important to consider where you need to allocate your resources.

Risk Management Techniques

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Risk and business cannot be separated! In simple terms, the risk is the possibility of loss for a business, with financial implications. Businesses around the world plan and spend a significant amount of money in managing risks.

Psychological Biases to Avoid When Decision-Making in Business

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Some common psychological biases are anchoring bias, confirmation bias, bandwagon effect, the Dunning-Kruger effect, ingroup preference bias, and availability bias, which you can read more about in this article on how these biases can affect presentations. What are Psychological Biases?

What is an Open Door Policy and Why Your Company May Need One

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Open Door Policy Purpose in Business. The simplest open door policy definition (business) is this one: An open-door policy formalizes the organization’s commitment to transparent and direct communication between management and team members. Open Door Policy Purpose in Business.

Active Listening and the Art of Engaging your Audience

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As a presenter, one of the hardest things to master is to engage your audience in a manner that focuses on your message, absorbs the information, and responds thoughtfully. Such as during a presentation session when a presenter is looking to engage an audience actively.

A Quick Guide on Business Ethics

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In such a case, one of the first thoughts which might have crossed your mind would have been that the business is ‘unethical’ Business ethics is a vast topic that is difficult to encapsulate in just a few key terms or a short paragraph. What is Business Ethics?

TDODAR Decision Model for Making Difficult Decisions Under Pressure

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For making presentations related to the TDODAR decision-making model or other presentations about quick decision-making under pressure, you can use our PowerPoint templates. Business Presentations Business Templates Decision Making

How to Effectively Present to Senior Executives

Duarte Blog

Senior executives are one of the toughest crowds you’ll face as a presenter. So they won’t sit still for a long presentation with a big reveal at the end. The post How to Effectively Present to Senior Executives appeared first on Duarte. Audience Business Presentations executives HBR LEADERS leadership Nancy Duarte presentations

How to Build Your Profitable Speaking Business with Grant Baldwin

Speaker Launcher

Looking at the current landscape of the speaking industry and thinking about how to best serve my audience…I decided to invite Grant Baldwin back to the Wealthy Speaker Show to talk about what’s happening now and how to keep moving forward in your speaking business.

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The Cost of a Wrong Fit Client

Speaker Launcher

I just celebrated the 13 year anniversary of having my own business and what’s funny is that I’m still learning the lessons in year 13 that I learned in year one. Most Recent Post Speaker Marketing Booking speeches building a business Presentation Skills professional speaker speaker coach speaking businessAfter all this time, I still need to sharpen my wrong fit client detector. What that means is that I need to recognize when […].

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10 steps to creating a really strong story

Craig Strachan - Keep Talking!

It sounds like a presentation trainer’s cliche, but it’s not. In business presentations, the story is the thing. Go back to your brainstorm and highlight those things that now will feature in your presentation and write your presentation objectives- In this presentation I will show X, Y and Z, and explain how we came to this decision. Guest Posts Lists of 10 (or more) Speaking Stories Writing business presentationsGuest post by Jim Harvey.

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Presentation Tip: Powerful Closings

Professionally Speaking...

Durante knew how to keep the audience's attention until the last moment and end his presentation memorably. We, as business presenters, need to learn to do the same. So that means: No trailing off at the end of your presentation: "Well, I guess that's about it.". HOW TO CLOSE A PRESENTATION. When thinking about the last 3-5 minutes of your presentation, you must answer the question, "What do I want my audience to remember/walk away with?"

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Don't use the word "very". Instead, here are 128 alternatives.

Executive Speech Coach

Presentation Tips on Twitter Presentation Skills Club on Facebook Executive Speech Coach , Business presentation tips from George Torok , the Speech Coach for Executives Executive Speech Coach & Business Presentation Skills Expert George Torok www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com. annoying words business presentations language public speaking

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Executive Speech Coach - Business Presentations: I'm not really prepared to speak today

Executive Speech Coach

Executive Speech Coach - Business Presentations Business presentations tips for executives, sales presenters, managers, technical experts and professionals from the "Speech Coach for Executives" George Torok. Transform your business presentations into effective conversations. George Torok is a Toronto based presentation coach and presentation skills trainer. Have you suffered through one of these presentations lately?

Stories and social media; At the roots of success

The Presenter's Blog

Of being a young business with fierce environmental passion and community vision. Click someplace else and you’ll find yourself watching TV clips about the product or Video-Blogs from company staff, including their “Office Ninja” and their “Community Happyness Guru” Selling, presenting, and social media are all increasingly wrapped-up in each other and Back To The Roots are a case study in the perfect 21st century product pitch.

How Much Money Are You Losing Because of Poor Public Speaking Skills?

Successful Speeches Blog

Tags: How to start a speech Opinion Presentation Skills Public Speaking Scripting Your Speech Starting Your Speech Uncategorized Bad Habits Business Presentations Speech Writing

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A Sure Sign Your Speech is Over.

Executive Speech Coach

Presentation Tips on Twitter Presentation Skills Club on Facebook Executive Speech Coach , Business presentation tips from George Torok , the Speech Coach for Executives Executive Speech Coach & Business Presentation Skills Expert George Torok www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com. audience business presentations

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Presentation Lessons from a Cooking Demonstration

Professionally Speaking...

What do a cooking demonstration and a business presentation have in common? Here are some ingredients we business presenters can adapt from a good cooking demonstration: Prepare Your Space Before the Presentation :: Well before visitors entered the room, the cooking demo host set out all her pans, foodstuffs and utensils. You may think that, as business presenters, we don't usually have cool samples to give out.

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Rehearse your presentation

Executive Speech Coach

Presentation Tips on Twitter Presentation Skills Club on Facebook Executive Speech Coach , Business presentation tips from George Torok , the Speech Coach for Executives Executive Speech Coach & Business Presentation Skills Expert George Torok www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com. business presentations public speaking

Picking Your Lane in Your Speaking Business

Speaker Launcher

The post Picking Your Lane in Your Speaking Business appeared first on Jane Atkinson. Most Recent Post building a business building a speaking business growing your speaking business Presentation Skills professional speaker successThe question does come up quite frequently, “How do I pick my lane?”, a.k.a., “How How do I figure out what speaking topic to be known for?” Some of you might have this nailed, and some of you might not.

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Five architect’s jewels for your next presentation

The Presenter's Blog

Dramatic business presentations don’t require drama. One of them comprises, to be sure, some impressive post-production work on the video itself, but the second is a good basic use of some concealed jewels of presentation technique. For future presentations, think of yourself as the central jewel in the middle, and of these techniques as being the setting-stones that can make you shine. Can you create something similar for your next presentation?

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George Torok interviewed (again) on podcast - Small Talk #15

Executive Speech Coach

Presentation Tips on Twitter Presentation Skills Club on Facebook Executive Speech Coach , Business presentation tips from George Torok , the Speech Coach for Executives Executive Speech Coach & Business Presentation Skills Expert George Torok www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com. business presentations communication superior presentations

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C-Level Presentation Tip #2: Link to Business Issues

Professionally Speaking...

Executive level presentations can seem like swimming in shark-infested seas, even for the intrepid business presenter. But with a few tweaks to your presentation practices, you can successfully navigate any C-Suite waters. LINK TO BUSINESS ISSUES. Do some homework before the presentation and explore the over-arching business issues and challenges facing the executives you'll be speaking to. C-Level Presentation Tip #1: Start with Conclusions. .

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16 Graphic Design Trends of 2019 To Use In Presentation Design

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Do you want to give your presentation a new distinctive look this year? Surely, following the hype may seem tiresome, but sticking with a standard PowerPoint presentation template will hardly impress the modern audiences, already spoiled by the good design looks everywhere around them. By investing time in creating a trendier presentation design, you instantly gain several advantages: You (as a presenter) and your company are viewed as more progressive.

2019 64

Body Language from your hands?

Executive Speech Coach

Presentation Tips on Twitter Presentation Skills Club on Facebook Executive Speech Coach , Business presentation tips from George Torok , the Speech Coach for Executives Executive Speech Coach & Business Presentation Skills Expert George Torok www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com. body language business presentations hands video. Body language is the combination of messages conveyed by all parts of your body.

Review of Nancy Duarte's New Book: resonate

Professionally Speaking...

Like a great presentation, Nancy Duarte's new book, resonate: Present Visual Stories That Transform Audiences is engaging, relevant and passionate. Even without the visuals, Duarte's content can transform the world of business presentations. The book is fundamentally about how to use story to create presentations that produce an emotional impact on the audience.

2010 145

Venn Diagram Ideas For PowerPoint Presentations

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Venn Diagrams are widely used for business presentations to show the relationship between a collection of sets. You can save time and effort in making Professional Venn Diagrams for your presentations with the help of readymade Venn Diagrams Templates for PowerPoint.

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Presentation Tip: Actively Listen to Your Audience

Professionally Speaking...

When you see a list of skills a presenter should cultivate, listening isn't usually one that's near the top. For presenters, there is more focus on the mouth than the ears. The savvy presenter knows that practicing active listening skills is a powerful way to engage an audience. It's easy, however, for any presenter to forget to listen: nerves might be driving you to want to just get through the presentation as quickly as possible.

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