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07/24/2017 09:15 PM

Are You a Pusher or a Puller?: by Ally Yates

Persuasion and influence are essential skills if you run a business – but unfortunately, many of us misunderstand what this means. In a small study with 100 staff in a manufacturing business, the most common answer to the question: “What does influence or persuasion at work mean to you?”, an overwhelming 76 people answered: “Getting […]

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07/20/2017 09:15 PM

PowerPoint versus Excel: by Kurt Dupont

PowerPoint and Excel. Two popular Microsoft products used extensively in business. But which one is more powerful for creating business reports? Since a lot of the data needed for reports is often already in Excel, many people automatically use Excel to create reports and charts for reporting to management and stakeholders. But, in our experience, […]

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07/18/2017 09:00 PM

The Message-Centric Slide: by Lior Student

You know the drill. The teams are assembled for a mandatory meeting on some subject or another. The speaker takes front and center, and behind him, a PowerPoint presentation that looks like it’s been with him since the 90s. As your eyes ping pong between the speak and the screen, back and forth, your eyelids […]

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07/12/2017 09:00 PM

Introducing SlideProof for PowerPoint: by Jan Metchel

In this guest post, I will introduce SlideProof. SlideProof is an all-in-one PowerPoint add-in to deliver presentations better and faster. With this software, you will have access to many tools such as: Agenda to structure your presentation Library to find and share content with your teams Productivity to edit, unify and send your content Check […]

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06/29/2017 09:00 PM

How to Give People the Level of Detail They Need in Your Presentation

by Paul Carroll, Toastmasters International In any presentation, time is limited, and you need to decide what your clients or colleagues need to know. Too much information might confuse your audience about what’s most important. On the other hand, sometimes you’ll find that your audience is very interested in a particular point you’ve made and […]

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06/27/2017 09:00 PM

Presentations are Enterprise Marketing

In today’s fast-paced marketing environment, presentation management strategies typically fall into one of three categories: Presentation Guru Spray and Pray Lone Wolf To effectively differentiate your company from the competition, it is incumbent upon marketing professionals to resist these trends, as they are more aptly described as “non-strategies.” Let’s take a look at the most […]

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06/25/2017 09:00 PM

Nine Websites and Apps to Help You Set Up That Important Business Meeting: by Louise Doherty

If you’re setting up a large business meeting you’ll know it can be tricky to find a date, time, location and venue that suits everyone and ensures the right people attend. Ideally, to save yourself a lot of grief, you want to suggest the plan that works for everyone the first time. But, that’s easier […]

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06/13/2017 09:00 PM

Pivot Tables in PowerPoint: by Kasper Langmann

How to Embed Pivot Tables in PowerPoint Using Excel and PowerPoint 2016 for Windows One of the most commonly used features in Microsoft Excel is the Pivot Table. A Pivot Table simply allows you to make better sense of data by giving you different options of how to view that data. Furthermore, Pivot Tables allow […]

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06/04/2017 09:00 PM

What Is Presentation Management?

Let’s Set The Scene A senior sales executive is in the midst of closing the biggest deal in your company’s history, and this is the last meeting. The CEO of your company is there, and several senior stakeholders from both businesses fill the other seats. And then it happens. Your sales person pulls up a […]

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05/04/2017 09:00 PM

PowerPoint at Age 30 Has Many Fans Among Millennials

Reflections from Robert Gaskins In early 2017, in view of the upcoming 30th anniversary of PowerPoint, Microsoft wanted to know how the application was viewed by “Millennials,” people aged 18‒34. To find out, they commissioned a poll among users of social media (Snapchat and Instagram). To Microsoft’s surprise, they found that 80% of Millennial respondents […]

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