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Author: Sylvie

In the introduction you ideally answer questions like ‘what is the objective of the presentation’ and ‘why is it important for the audience to listen to that presentation’. In other words ‘what’s in it for the audience ?’… Apart from the opening I advise everyone...

Afgelopen donderdag deed ik een presentatie in Nederland. Ik was de laatste spreker net voor de middag en had heel veel geluk dat er een dagvoorzitter was die ervoor zorgde dat iedereen zich aan de afgesproken tijd hield. De spreker voor mij had al teken...

This is a rule that I love by Guy Kawasaki. He is a venture capitalist and hears lots and lots of pitches. His advice for a good presentation is the 10 20 30 rule : maximum 10 slides, speak maximum 20 minutes, and use a font (letter...