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Virtual Presentations That Work by Joel Gendelman

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CHAPTER 19PRESENTING INFORMATION

Presenters spend most of their time presenting. Unfortunately, the “presenting” part can be the most boring portion of any event; therefore, you should spend no more than 50 percent of your virtual presentation actually presenting. Some of you may have been born with, or have since developed, a unique skill in presenting information. Most people do not have this skill, however. If you do, consider yourself fortunate. Since this is a book on making presentations, I should clarify what I mean here. Strong presentations include a variety of communication elements. Actually presenting the information is only one of those elements. Other elements include demonstrating or conducting interactive activities.

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