College of Public Speaking Blog
This post is to highlight what I believe to be a real breakthrough in presentation technology. For years we have had the laser pointer and for that time it’s been a useful tool in highlighting onscreen elements.
Recently, we have had a presentational step change and it’s brought to us by Logitech. Its name is the Logitech Spotlight. Take a look at the slides below. It’s a pretty…
Many times I have heard people complain that they cannot possibly give an interesting presentation because the material that they have to present is fundamentally boring. Maybe it is accounting information, statistics on percentage of faults in different products, or a list of projects that their team has been working on.
Are there any methods in which you can liven up a supposedly boring…
One of the things that I come across is people’s reluctance (they would say inability) to vary their voice.
“It seems so unnatural to speak louder than I am doing, or to speak slower for emphasis, or even to pause to allow people to absorb what I’ve just said – so I don’t do it,” say delegates.
I then ask them – have you ever been angry about something?