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Making Critiques Valuable Part 2: The Critic

Welcome to the second part of a two-part mini-series about critiques. If you haven’t yet read Making Critiques Valuable Part 1, I hope that you’ll find it helpful as well. Presenting your work for review or critique can be difficult, but critiquing can be too! In this post, we’re going to talk about a few things that will make your …

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Being an Exciting Presenter When Your Content is Anything But

At one point or another, we have all been tasked with giving a presentation that wasn’t filled with the most thrilling content. This might be an in-person presentation or even an online presentation. Sometimes it feels impossible to liven up information when there really isn’t anything but strict, dull facts. I’m not implying that the information isn’t important because you …

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To Wear or Not to Wear: Dressing for Presentations

You have your big presentation or training coming up. You’ve been hammering out the fine details on the information you will be delivering. You know your material. You feel confident. You got this! But wait, you forgot one important detail, what are you going to wear? What you wear when giving a presentation is a critical piece of the overall …

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Do’s and Don’ts When Using PowerPoint

How many times have you gone to prepare for a presentation (and by presentation I mean any type of public speaking such as classroom lectures, in-person trainings, seminars, etc.), and you instantly think “first, I need to create a PowerPoint presentation”? Typically yes, it can be a great resource to use, on the other hand, if it is not used …

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Helpful Tips for Tackling Presentation Jitters

Imagine you’re standing in front of an audience about to give a presentation. You might start to wonder, “why am I shaking?” “Why is my voice a pitch higher?” “Why am I dizzy?” “Why is my mouth so dry?” “Why am I rocking back and forth?” We’ve all been there before and nerves affect us all differently, some might feel …

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