There’s a great discussion just starting up in a Linkedin Group, called, “Great Communicators! Effective Presenting & Powerpoint.” If you’re a member of Linkedin and not a member of this group, you might think about joining it. It seems to me to be the Linkedin discussion group about presenting in public with the most thought-provoking questions. If you are a member, click here for the link.
This particular discussion centers around the question:
“What is your best tip to someone who wants to move from being a good presenter to being a phenomenally great one? What do you see as the defining component?”
The discussion has quickly moved from answering this question to a greater, more difficult question to answer, I think: “What Read More …