Energize Your Presentations: Taking Your Programs from Pitfalls to Perfection Cindy Carlson Mark Schwartz July 14, 2008 The Traditional Question: What Makes a Good Presentation? A Different Perspective: What Makes a Presentation Bad, and How Can I Avoid It? Today’s Goals:
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Taking Your Programs from
Pitfalls to Perfection
July 14, 2008
Where are We Going?
How Are We Going to Get There?
National Program Manager,
West, a Thomson Reuters Business
(Yes, he’s my boss.)
“Guide on the Side - Twelve Sure Fire Ways to Torpedo Your Presentations”
By Marie Wallace, published August 1, 2001 in LLRX.
Rely on your librarian colleagues for advice…
Lack of Preparation
Reading Without Eye Contact
Lack of Focus
Covering Too Much
Failure to Control Participants
Running LongPresentation Pitfalls