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Help, the video projector is broken

It’s already not an easy task to speak, but when our material abandons us the pressure can mount a notch very quickly. So, what to do when the projector breaks down?

How to not lose your audience ?

You’ve probably read plenty of tips on keeping your audience focused on your entire presentation. But do you know the pitfalls to avoid to not lose your audience along the way?

How to get my public involved in my presentation ?

When you present, you are not there to put on a show; you’re there above all for your audience. Indeed, a good presentation is a presentation that involves the audience. How do you do it? The answer is 4 steps.

Help, I don’t know how to tell stories!

Often, PPT presentations rhyme with boredom. Building our remarks in the form of a story seems like THE solution to getting our audience on board. But, we are not all seasoned storytellers. How can we turn our PPT presentation into a story that people want to listen to?

HELP EVERYONE IS BORED

We have all attended presentations that turned into a nightmare: the speaker was boring, and though everyone knew it, he relentlessly kept going. If this speaker is you, get your head out of the sand! Here are some good practices to add value to your stage presence.

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!

Storytelling, the new greenwashing?

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. Among the techniques that allow us to focus our attention on one subject or to improve the plausibility of another, storytelling has a prominent place. In line with green washing, is…

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?