Presenting to your peers is (relatively) easy. The stakes aren’t high. If you screw up, they’ll usually let it slip.
But executives are different. Executives get things done through delegating to other people. So, they are always looking for who they can trust – and who they can’t. Make a … Read More..
It’s time for our annual SlideShare Zeitgeist, a look back at 2011 presentation trends based on activity of the SlideShare community. Each year we analyze metrics and share our summary so you can stay up to speed on what’s happening in the world of presentations. Here’s what we discovered…
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At SlideShare, we want to help you improve the way you communicate and share your ideas. The “presentation page” (the page you see when you look at a presentation) is the main page for sharing your ideas via SlideShare, and we want the focus of that page to be your … Read More..
Our good friend David Armano is well known for his presentations at professional conferences around the world. User Experience pro and author Russ Unger recently interviewed David about how he prepares and delivers such memorable and influential presentations. David generously allowed us to to re-post the interview here.
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How can a non-profit’s presentation slidedeck or video contribute to its overall strategy? Rosita Cortez, the founder of “Social Media 4 Nonprofits,” has hand-picked Ten Essential Presentations for Non-Profits that can inform your non-profit’s strategy. Here’s one of the ten – Putting Social Media to Work For Non-Profit Organizations:… Read More..
We’re always looking for new ways to help presenters engage with their audience.
Last week at the WebVisions conference, presenter Jason Grigsby incorporated a snazzy feature called “Keynote Tweet” into his slides. Keynote Tweet allowed Jason to automatically tweet the text of each slide into his Twitter timeline … Read More..
New York Times, in all their wisdom, has identified PowerPoint as the enemy that the military needs to go after.
The article describes a meeting heavy culture, where people spend days creating presentations, only to put everyone to sleep when its actually presented. Its easy to blame the tool, but … Read More..
Thousands of presentations are uploaded to SlideShare everyday. But some catch your eye from the moment they get uploaded. Tha’s the case with the winning presentation for this year. I saw Dan Roam’s Healthcare napkins shared on Twitter, the day it was uploaded, and watched as it spread virally. No … Read More..