Vol. 2017, No. 26
In presentations, most people do a decent job of laying out what they'll be presenting. If nothing else, the presentation title should clue the audience into what they might expect us to tell them, and often we include an agenda slide to preview the structure of the presentation. What most people could do a much better job of is recapping their bottom-line purpose at the end. Wrap up your presentation neatly and confidently so your audience leaves satisfied with the good "stuff" you've so carefully served them. Read more.
Until Next week,