A few months ago, I wrote a post on Tips to Stop Sucking at PowerPoint. But as we all know, you may have the snazziest presentation on the block, but you’re only half-way there. You, yourself, have to bring your A game. In other words, you have to offer the total package.
Clive Shepherd shares with us his 50 tips for better presentations, a little gem he found in his archives and a fantastic list that cover all the bases with a touch of humour. In addition, I’ll share another resources from my bookmarked archives that compliments Clive’s post: The TED Commandments.
- 50 tips for better presentations | Clive on Learning | Clive Shepherd | 15 March 2011
- For hosts: Designing your event Preparing speakers | Ted.com
Initially published on Brandon Hall’s Workplace Learning Today