Who has never heard a presentation that ends with “there you go”? “There you go” (or voilà) is the worst way to conclude a presentation. Here are 4 tips on how to ban “there you go” and finish your presentation in style!
Presenting a project you don’t like can often be torture. It is always difficult to speak when you have no choice in the matter. How can you make the task a little less unpleasant for you and for your audience?
At this time, when we’re fighting against “fake news,” we’re right to be more and more vigilant vis-à-vis the information that we are given.… Continue reading
In management control, actuarial work, finances, market studies, etc., financial experts are often dubious when it comes to narration techniques. How to help them to tell stories?
Your presentation is fast approaching, ideas multiply and you become unable to prioritize and order everything you have to say… Here are 4 steps that will help you defeat the white blank slide syndrome.
Humor is a great ingredient to slip into your presentations. Among other tools, if it’s well employed, it allows to create a bond of complicity with your audience. But as great as it is, humor can also be a trap.
Luckily, sometimes there are questions whose technical answer is extremely easy to make use of! So, once in a while, putting a table on a slide is very easy. But we do not recommend you do it…
When you’re an expert and you’re talking to a novice audience… it can get complicated! If you simplify too much, there is no point in having hired an expert. And if they do not understand anything, it is not very useful either… How to avoid the expertise trap?
After having overcome the challenge of a hostile audience last week, you feel invincible, ready to conquer any audience, assuming that no matter what… Continue reading