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“Less is more”… really?

For years, we have seen slides in companies that are overloaded with texts, numbers, graphs and images. Conversely, the “less is more” motto, pushed to the extreme, is leading to the emergence of slides with no texts. Progress or danger?

Why be simpler and more agile ?

If you assiduously follow us on the networks, it will not have escaped your attention that we have just launched the 3rd version of our HUBSTORY® method, synonymous with simplicity and agility. So how to get into agile mode in your work as well as in the preparation of your presentations?

How to finish in style?

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!

Poisoned presentation

Presenting a project that you don’t like can often be torture. It’s already bad enough that presenting is hardly a preference for most of us, if in addition it is necessary to talk about a subject that doesn’t inspire us, that takes the cake! Whether you have to present at the request of a boss,…

Your numbers tell stories!

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?

The blank page remedy in 4 steps!

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.

Are clowns good pitchers?

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.

TABLES AND SLIDES: a marriage condemned in advance!

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…

A novice audience: avoid the expertise trap!

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?