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Last Updated: February 16th 2010


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PowerPoint and Presenting Blog

12/05/2016 02:32 AM

PowerPoint Feedback and UserVoice: Does This Go Anywhere?

Picture Courtesy: Shawn Villaron Do you see the dashboard-like screen in the display shown in the picture above? There's a story behind that display! Feedback from end users is always important for any product. However, what do you do when the product in question is PowerPoint? Yes, the same PowerPoint presentation program that millions of people have been using for more than 25 years.


12/05/2016 02:32 AM

Use a Mini Mini-Story to Tell Your Audience About Yourself: by Claudyne Wilder

You may be delivering a scientific paper, explaining to the salespeople how the new system will change the way they place orders, or reporting on a project that no one really understands. When you stand up in front of an audience with people who have no idea who you are, you need to let them in on you as a person. Tell them a "secret" about yourself so they feel connected to you. Decide


12/05/2016 02:32 AM

The Best Story Wins - by Bess Gallanis: Part 2 of 2

This is a second in a series of guest articles by Bess Gallanis of Speaking with Power and Persuasion, an executive communications consulting firm based in Chicago. She is a communication coach, speaker, journalist, a student of yoga and insight meditation and the author of Yoga Chick (Warner Books, 2006). In this article, Bess finds an analogy between business storytelling and the new movie,


12/05/2016 02:32 AM

The Best Story Wins - by Bess Gallanis: Part 1 of 2

This is a guest article by Bess Gallanis of Speaking with Power and Persuasion, an executive communications consulting firm based in Chicago. She is a communication coach, speaker, journalist, a student of yoga and insight meditation and the author of Yoga Chick (Warner Books, 2006). For more than 25 years, public and private company CEOs, senior executives, portfolio managers and financial


12/05/2016 02:32 AM

Indezine Stories: Buddha Teaches Ananda About Accepting or Not

For a change, this post has nothing to do with PowerPoint at all! In fact, this may help you create better presentations -- but more because you might find that being open and receptive is such an important part of any learning process. So it is story time!This story was told by Sujita Khemka of Hero Honda before one of my PowerPoint training sessions for their company -- Sujita always starts



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