If you’ve ever attended a live presentation, especially at a conference where many speakers appear, you’ve likely witnessed a variety of issues that can crop up for presenters when ill prepared for an event. Today, we have two checklists for you to reference prior to making your next PowerPoint presentation.
The Presentation Content:
Before settling in for a good night’s sleep before your presentation, use the following checklist to ensure your presentation is most effective with a top-notch visual display.
The Venue/Technical Specifications:
Not all presentation venues are created equal. Make sure that you are fully prepared for your presentation with the following venue check-list
Are you a presentation veteran? Do you have any other tips or checklist points to share? Please let us know in the “Comments” section below.
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