Business Presentations: Page 2
Haircut? Check. Business cards? Check. The right frame of mind? That's the really important one.
The audience is watching to see if you know what you're talking about.
Stultifying PowerPoints are common but, with a little effort, entirely avoidable.
Filler words undermine credibility and give audiences the impression the speaker hasn't prepared well. Careful rehearsal pays big dividends.
Treat your sales presentation -- and your audience -- with the respect they deserve.
Maybe you're just presenting the quarterly financials but there's a story in there somewhere. That's what everybody wants to hear.
Presentations can either be very engaging or very dull. Here are a few pieces of advice to ensure yours is not only memorable but enjoyable.
In this podcast, Lewis Howes chats with expert Carmine Gallo about developing the ability to leave audiences moved and feeling empowered.
While obstacles may arise on the road, most can be minimized or avoided with a little planning. Surmounting them alone may make you a better entrepreneur.
A VP at the company wowed the crowd at its recent developer conference. Here's how you can do the same at your next talk.
If a discussion is not proceeding along a productive line for you, here's how to subtly redirect it. (Avoid hijacking it at all costs.)
Presentations are changing, becoming more visual, but the pictures can't do all the talking. Early sales figures speak strongly to investors.