Monthly Archives: November 2013

Avoiding 3 Common Women’s PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes

Most people have a hard time with public speaking, due to stage fright or worries about being seen as incompetent. Women presenters tend to carry even more baggage into their presentations, thanks to generations of cultural messages about being “ladylike.” Here are three of the most common ways that women allow this cultural baggage to […]

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It’s Not about You: The Top PowerPoint Presentation Goof

What is it about PowerPoint that turns intelligent and articulate people into droning robots? We’ve all been there—trapped in a deadly dull presentation where a guy in a suit is reading his PowerPoint slides aloud to the audience, bullet point by painful bullet point. If you want to avoid being “that guy,” there’s one thing—and […]

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