We know visual is viral, which is why SlideShare has partnered with Haiku Deck to enable you to create and share standout visual content right from SlideShare. Now how do you best leverage this new tool so that your presentations are truly stunning and take off?
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We all know Steve Jobs was known for his stage presence as much as his products. He was a captivating, compelling speaker, able to touch everyone in an audience. How did he do it? Here are a few observations:
Personal Connection and Individual Involvement
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For those who struggle with public speaking, it can be very easy and tempting to seek advice from those around you. Some advice is excellent. And most of it, unfortunately, can be a bit misguiding.
Here are 7 pieces of advice you would be better off ignoring:
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It’s hard to deny the importance of visuals these days. Images like Ellen DeGeneres’ Oscar selfie have gone viral, and it’s no wonder why. Never mind that visual content is easier on the eyes — the facts alone speak for themselves, particularly when it comes to presentations. Visuals are processed … Read More..
When Nick De Mey, founder of consulting firm Board of Innovation, uploaded one of his first SlideShares and got more than 100,000 views in just a couple of weeks — not to mention requests to give lectures and workshops worldwide — he knew he was on to something.
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We all have experienced our fair share of bad presentations. A colleague steps up to the front of the room. He or she presents. We all fall asleep. It’s the plague of the current business landscape.
Why is it this way?
Most presenters are neglectful of how individuals learn. A … Read More..
You might hold the same job title as thousands of others in your field — but the path you took to arrive to your career destination was utterly unique, shaped by your education, experiences, talents, and maybe even a bit of serendipity.
But as we think about where we’re going, … Read More..
When we hear the word “economy,” we conjure up images of Wall Street and investment bankers, with terms like “GDP” and “supply and demand” floating around in our heads. It’s a complex topic for those who didn’t study finance (or perhaps even for those who did!), and most of us … Read More..