Creating Thriving Presentations!
If you’ve ever been to a professional development training or workshop, chances are you know what the bad ones look and feel like. Hours without a break. Death by PowerPoint. A presenter reading their slides. We’ve all been there. But here’s the thing: chances are, at some point in your career, you will have to be the presenter. So then the next question becomes, how do you keep from being one of the bad ones?
In this episode, Mark and Amanda are going to give you tips for creating a thriving presentation! We consistently find ways to turn even the most resistant attendees into engaged participants – and we want to share our strategies with you. During this conversation, we dive into:
- Why most professional development programs have a terrible reputation
- What we can learn from child education and youth leadership training
- Strategies for keeping participates engaged and interacting
- Our favorite alternative to PowerPoint slides
Presentations don’t have to be boring. Give a few of these ideas a try and see how yours can thrive!
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- Strategies for Great Teaching by Mark Reardon and Seth Derner
- Quantum Teaching by Bobbi DePorter, Mark Reardon and Sarah Singer-Nourie
- The Magic Formula
- Presenters to watch: Tony Robbins, Brendon Burchard, Tom Bilyeu
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