Monthly Archives: June 2011


Don’t Take Chances with Questions

You might want to consider not leaving the question session to the very end. Perhaps have a strong closing statement that you can use once the Q&A session is finished. This will protect your ‘closing’ and allow you to finish on a high note. Here are some ideas worth remembering once you ask for questions: […]
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Local News: Read all about it!

Localizing your presentation can create a better sense of empathy with the audience. It also proves to the audience that you think they are important enough to do extra research and study. We always like people who make us feel important. Here are some examples: If you live in Auckland and are presenting in Wellington, […]
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