It Takes a Village: Relaying Team Power in Presentations
More often than not, your presentation content will not be something that you have developed completely on your own. Whether you are introducing data to company leadership, or pitching your product to potential investors, your slides will most likely highlight work contributed by your team. While avoiding taking up precious presentation time to read the biography of each team member, here are Dog and Pony Show's favorite ways to introduce and pay homage to your colleagues. 1.
Kicking Wordiness to the Curb
Presenters have around 3-5 seconds to capture an audience member's attention (CreativeCultivate). No pressure, right? While a wordy presentation is only always the cause of disengaged audience members, it certainly does not help captivate viewers. Here are a few of Dog and Pony Show's favorite tips to eliminate wordiness and enhance engagement in your presentations: 1. Avoid Repetition It is true that audience members need to hear a phrase a few times before it begins to reso