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Present Like Don Draper in 4 Easy Steps

By Melissa Darwent “This is the greatest advertising opportunity since the invention of cereal. We have six identical companies making six identical products. We can say anything we want” Don Draper So if you haven’t already seen HBO’s mad men, you should watch it immediately, and if you are already a Don Draper fan you […]

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5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Productivity in the Office

However small or large a workplace, results are driven by productivity. Employee productivity is a major concern and low productivity cannot be fully blamed on staff. Talented employees are a hugely valuable asset for any organisation and to optimise their performance here are 5 simple ways to boost productivity and let staff deliver the results […]

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Top 6 Tips To Deliver A Killer Presentation

Although there are so many people complaining about Death by PowerPoint, there are actually a lot of people who give good presentations. Some of them even give very good presentations. But you don’t have to stop there. Take your presentation to the next level by checking out these 6 tips on how to deliver a […]

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The Importance Of Your Voice

This blog describes the importance of how you use your voice, when doing a PowerPoint Presentation. This video was made by © Keld Jensen 2011 – www.keldjensen.com

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How To Use Gestures In Presentations

This blog describes how using gestures will increase your likeability and improve your presentation. This video was made by © Keld Jensen 2011 – www.keldjensen.com

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Audio & Visual Obstacles

This blog describes how audio and visual aids might become obstacles when you make a PowerPoint Presentation. This video was made by © Keld Jensen 2011 – www.keldjensen.com

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The 15-85% Rule of Presentations

This blog describes the 15-85% rule, on making a PowerPoint Presentation. This video was made by © Keld Jensen 2011 – www.keldjensen.com

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The 10th Power of WOW: Eliminate Audio-Visual Distractions

Annoying distractions can irritate your audience and reduce the effectiveness of your message. There are a lot of good and bad ways to enhance the message of your presentation. Try to avoid these common problems listed. Poor advance work Check the facility and equipment thoroughly before your audience arrives. Set up your equipment, then make […]

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The 9th Power of WOW: Consider Visual Aid Options

When doing a presentation you have to consider your visual aid options. These can all have a great influence on your presentation and your wow-effect. Here are the primary advantages and disadvantages of most common visual aids. Flip charts Advantages The simplicity eliminates the possibility of mechanical problems. Requires only an easel, which is available in […]

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The 8th Power of WOW: Include Photographs To Inject Realism

The more true to life you make the issue you are presenting, the better your audience will understand and identify with it. Remember the impact you can add by using photos or video of people on location, using products or talking to the audience. Insert illustrations to clarify or emphasize. If your product is complex, […]

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