When you see someone give a great presentation, it seems so natural—so easy. But anyone who's spoken in public before knows that it takes a lot of preparation, and that the line between a good presentation and a dull one is very, very fine.
To help make sure yours ends up in the "great" camp, we've gathered some of the best resources on the web. Here's how to create interesting slides, prepare for your presentation, and show up on game day ready to knock their socks off.
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In this short (and well-presented) video, behavioral psychologist Susan Weinschenk explains five key ideas that will help make your next presentation perfectly people-friendly.
Getting invited to speak publicly should be an exciting opportunity, but for many of us, it just becomes a nerve-wracking necessity. Use these tips to conquer your fear and look like a pro in front of your audience.
Crafting a PowerPoint that will get your point across without making everyone's eyes glaze over becomes a lot easier if you have a few great templates on hand. Check out these 10 basics, then download them to use in your next presentation.
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