How well did my presentation do? In this lesson, presentation expert Simon Morton, explains how to assess if your presentation achieved your objectives, on a variety of levels.
What do audiences want to see and hear? In this lesson, presentation expert Simon Morton, explains how to avoid creating an emotional presentation on saving trees, when all the audience wants to see is what they will save in cashflow.
You’re neither a professional writer nor a designer, but you have to make a presentation. So where do you start? In this lesson, Simon Morton demonstrates to Grant Leboff that it not as difficult as it may, at first, appear.
Are ‘all singing, all dancing’ slides what make a powerful Power Point presentation? In this lesson, presentation developer expert, Simon Morton, explains that the best presentations start with pen and paper.
When can a bad PowerPoint presentation, prove to be lethal? In this lesson Grant Leboff discusses how not to ruin a presentation with presentation expert, Simon Morton.
If you are making a presentation to a group of accountants does it have to be exclusively factual or is there another way to gain their trust? In this lesson Grant Leboff discusses how you put the audience first with Simon Morton, the internationally recognised expert on presentation development.§
Not every presentation requires a projector and screen, some can work best on a piece of paper. In this lesson, presentation expert Simon Morton, explains the many presentation tools available and when they can most appropriate.
Data is great and often very important but, if presented badly, can be incredibly dull. In this lesson, presentation expert Simon Morton, explains how to select the data you need.
Selecting the right visual can make the difference between your audience being totally absorbed in your content or completely distracted. In this lesson, presentation expert Simon Morton, discusses how to create visuals that work for you.
You can’t gauge the content of a presentation by how many slides it has. In this lesson, Simon Morton discusses the drummer’s mantra; ‘simplicity is not stupidity’ and why it works so well when related to presentations.
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