Bring Your A Game: Ten Tips For Great Conference Presentations
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TODAY YOU WILL: • Identify
opportunities for engaging an audience through active participation and gamification. • Discuss options for including visual aids that enhance a presentation and illustrate main ideas. • Recognize the potential for humor, storytelling, and just plain fun in a professional presentation.
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“How can I focus my
energy in order to make my partner feel the way I want them to feel or learn what I want them to learn.” - Uta Hagen
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