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If your slides look like this, you better read on.

If your slides look like this, you better read on.  

Program Development-Elyria

Actually, if your slides look like this and you haven’t read my blog on declaring our independence from the bad presentation, you should read that first. Go ahead. I’ll wait.

So now you know there’s a whole lot of work you have to do on your presentation before you even think about opening up slide software. I also urge you to ask yourself one other question before doing so: Should you even use slides?

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Declaring Our Independence from the Bad Presentation

A few years back, I made a presentation to a group of about 60 students from a professional practices class at one of our area universities. I had been asked to talk about CPAC and the resources available to individual artists in our community. It was an after-hours presentation, and as I know the topic so well, I didn’t invest a lot of time preparing for it. As the saying goes, you get out what you put in, and not surprisingly the presentation was a total bomb. There were students sleeping in the room and the overall engagement with me as a presenter was abysmal. I left feeling resentful…I had after all spent my personal time to make this presentation, the least they could have done was pay attention.

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Categories: arts, capacity building, culture, presentations, training | comments

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