11
MAY
2017

Presentations: The First 7 Seconds

The introducer is nearing the end of your introduction. The audience is waiting. Your name is announced. Applause, and you walk on to the podium. There’ll be no greater pressure on you than in the next 7 seconds. Why? Those that know you should want you to do well. They’re...
01
MAR
2017

Presentations: Dealing With The Unexpected

If you’re well prepared for your upcoming presentation but can’t work out why you’re still feeling stressed out as the date looms, perhaps the insights in this piece will be useful to you. The word presentation is synonymous for many of us with the words fear and stress. Yet, we...
25
APR
2016

Presentations: The BIG Problem With Perfection

Observing a flawless presentation is indeed wonderful, but extremely unusual – an experience that many of us never seem to have. Thats because it almost never happens. It’s more likely that you’ve seen several near flawless presentations, or some really good ones with few...
15
AUG
2015

Presentations: Why YOU Mustn’t Break The Rules

Having listened to more presentations than most people, I’ve seen a great many presenters break “the rules”, or certainly ignore a few of them. Some presenters get away with it, but most don’t. Those that don’t simply crash and burn – often going down in flames, cocooned in...