Captivate your audience: Attract the spectators´ attention

Captivate your audience: Attract the spectators´ attention

August 2, 2016

Make sure that your audience is listening with their full attention from the beginning of your presentation.   Creating tension Create tension by positing a controversial hypothesis and promise to prove it during your presentation. Examples: ♦ I am sure that you spend 35% too much for (…) and will explain it in the next […]

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Captivate your audience: A Call-to-Action instead of closing formula

Mai 31, 2016

“Call-to-Action” – essential Elements With each presentation, you are pursuing a goal: either you want to provide your audience with information or convince them about something. For sure, there is a purpose behind your statements. If you simply say “thanks you for your attention” at the end your presentation and then pack up your documents, […]

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prepare yourself for awkward questions

9 tips to show sovereignty with unpleasant questions

April 26, 2016

A matter of preparation! You can design your PowerPoint presentation absolutely professional and you can pull out all the stops in your presentation techniques. But if you are caught on the wrong foot by a single intermediate question from the audience, the beautiful impression dispels. Uncertainty ruins your standing with the public. But you can […]

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key messages - essential for your presentation

Create captivating presentations – the key messages

März 22, 2016

Pay attention to clear key messages You should provide clear objectives and key messages in your presentation. Listeners want to understand why they should pay attention to you and what advantage they can gain from it. The key messages must be like a red thread through the presentation to ensure that they are truly understood. […]

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Garr Reynolds advises: forget the structure – be authentic!

Sticky | Februar 16, 2016

Storytelling is currently on everyone’s lips – it´s a very old technique. Because people have always told stories. Why is currently this method so popular – particularly in marketing? Presentation expert Garr Reynolds tells you about this. He explains in an interview with Matthias Garten, why the thoughts about the proper structure should be ignored […]

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