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STRUCTURE YOUR STORY

Any story is a narrative for change. That is exactly what makes stories so attractive. They invite us to discover the way in which our heroes come together and adapt to the changes that they are experiencing.

In order to capture and maintain your audience’s attention, you will need to do the same thing: design your presentation as a story about the change prompted by your idea.

3 tips on how to get pleasure out of presenting

In our Thursday tips, we often tell you that the goal in speaking is not to look comfortable or to have great stories to tell with nice slides to show… the goal is to truly feel what drives all those who know how to defend the cause of their ideas: enjoyment! Associating pleasure and public…

Help! They’re asking me questions!

Your speeches can be followed up with a “Q & A” phase and it terrifies you! Here are some tips to not feel trapped.

Help, I have no notion of time

How much time do I have? How can I organize my time? How much time should I devote to questions? Here’s a set of stressful questions, which we will address today.

3 tips to increase the impact of your presentations

Having a clear idea is a prerequisite for giving an effective presentation. The role of your visual aids is then to carry and amplify the impact of your story. Here are 3 tips to making an even stronger impact.

Help! They’re giving me 5 minutes instead of 20!

You’re happy this morning. Your supervisor just told you that you have 45 minutes to present your project in COMEX. But at the last minute, your Managing Director says: “I only have 5 minutes, what should I retain?” …Don’t worry you just need a method.

How to turn my figures into a story?

Figures are an essential part of a presentation. But it is not easy to integrate them into your story. So how can you make your results speak while avoiding the pitfall of an avalanche of numbers?

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?

3 questions to structure your presentations!

Are you a manager who finds that your teams have trouble presenting their projects? Here are 3 questions to help your colleagues structure their remarks more effectively.

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.