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Planning for Presentations

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The majority of presentations are poor - and the majority of those are poor because of lack of planning and attention in advance. A simple checklist to give you a framework to work off.

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  • Lots of visual,
    Less words
    Stories,
    Metaphors
    Do not use Powerpoint
    Appreciate people
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  • Love the detail and the clear thought process
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  • People have communicated ideas without the benefit - or hindrance - of Slideware since we first came down from the trees. Have something worth saying and stand up and say it - it's an age-old tradition.

    I facetiously suggest using anything from Pony Express or Skywriting - precisely because, as McLuhan said, in many cases the medium is the message. 6 people sitting around a coffee table with a lengthy report. 200 people with post-it notes and lots of gophers, 1 loudhailer passed from hand to hand.

    Take your pick. But if you've got nothing to say, no tool is going to help you. Focus on your purpose, your message and your audience and you won't go far wrong. Once you are clear on those, the right tool will become apparent.

    Hope that helps.
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