Tag Archive: presentations

Words…

This post is brought to you by the words … “Exclusive” and “Technology”. I like words and I like to use words appropriately. I also listen to the words that others use and ponder why particular words are used. This research then leads to you hearing or seeing that word everywhere. (Look up R.A.S. with…

Presentation mistake #1

There you are in the audience at a business presentation and the speaker is about to start. What are you thinking? Are you wondering if the topic will be of interest? Are you wondering if the speaker will be interesting? Are you wondering if you can get a copy of their presentation? Are you wondering…

Recent presentations review

One of the other things that I do is deliver Project Management training. In the last workshop for my current group, the requirement was to deliver a 15 minute presentation talking about the most important items that the participant had taken from the course and applied to their project. They were also asked to comment…

For goodness sake, check your presentation

I was recently looking at a presentation delivered as a pdf from a business web site that promoted the style of the business, nature of the business and some of the people involved. Interesting reading most certainly until I came upon typo’s and some formatting errors. Here is the tip people – get someone else…

Welcome from the demoguy

My aim, with this blog, is to share some tips and techniques that you can use to enhance your presentation skills particularly, but not exclusively, in relation to software and other product presentations. Let me start with a comment about clarity. Clarity is the key to your presentations. I have listened to many presentations that…