How to Give a Killer Presentation and other resources


Whether you are a corporate trainer, public speaker or looking for better ways to train and develop people, you probably look for better ways to make an impact in your communication. I am always learning better ways to present, train and facilitate learning with leaders around the world.  I came across a few ideas today that I wanted to share with you (and bookmark for me). What  resources or ideas could you contribute?

First, HBR in “How to Give a Killer Presentation” compiled a list from TED talk advisers on ways to ruin a presentation…

10 ways to ruin a presentation

guide-sidebarI also signed up for Cathy Moore’s blog and got a FREE copy of Training Designer’s Guide to Saving the World.

What great resources have you come across lately?

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About Steve Morgan

I work in Global Leadership Development with Cru with my wife, Terry. We have been married 30 years and have 4 grown children. We have a Masters in Global Leadership together through Azusa Pacific University. I generally write about 5 “L’s: Living Well, Loving Deeply, Learning Continuously, Leading Courageously and Leaving a Legacy. I occasionally write about Laughing Loudly. Subscribe on the right side to receive an email whenever there is a new post. I invite you to leave your comments so we can dialogue on the various topics and learn from each other. If you are new to the site, you might start with looking at some of the top posts or doing a search on the right side bar for one of the 5 “L’s” that interest you. Or you can view the blog archives for topics. Photo Credit: sarahjoellephotography.com
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One Response to How to Give a Killer Presentation and other resources

  1. daylerogers says:

    Speak slowly and dramatically? Never! This was great information, my friend. I think the reality of addressing people comes in really knowing your content and caring enough about the people you’re talking to to make it work for them–not hold me up as some great example of goodness knows what. Lately I’ve discovered Lou Holtz–and his making life simple and sticking to personal responsibility and a relationship with Jesus is so clear. Thanks for the input, Steverino!

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