A great presentation requires planning.
Good speakers are all naturals.
Constructive criticisms are not the best ways to improve.
Never videotape yourself presenting.
Most professional institutions and workplaces emphasize on teams.
We are currently in the information age, learning how to communicate has never been so prevalent.
Presentation skills can't lead to work advancements.
Hierarchies in professional institutions are becoming more interactive and participatory.
Use basic facts and figures.
Use stories that can trigger an emotional response.
Have a prize at the end of your presentation.
"I have a story that is mind boggling!"
"For centuries, people have wondered.."
"Imagine that you are in a beach."
"A guy walks in to a bar."
Hide behind the stage
Center of stage
Left of stage
"Guys, listen up!"
"Excuse me, please pay attention"
"With a show of hands, who here has watched a foreign film?"
None of the above.
Plan, prove, prepare
Plan, prepare, prove
Prepare, practice, provide
Plan, prepare, practice
Have a practice-run.
Arrive fashionably late.
Memorize your presentation line by line.