Business Communication Essentials, 7th Ed.
Chapter 12. Developing and Delivering Business Presentations
"Over the years SOAP has helped clients to create and deliver thousands of presentations in a lot of countries and in more markets and areas than we can count.
The editors at SOAP (State of the Art Presentations) report on the topic.
"When we speak, we have about 60 seconds to capture our audience's attention, establish credibility, orient them to our topic, and motivate them to listen, says Darlene Price, president of Well Said, Inc.
Fergal Glynn posts his list.
"Giving a presentation is very similar to public speaking.
"There are so many interesting facts and numbers in the world of presentations, this infographic could be 5 times the size.
According to Matt Johnston, "We're always negotiating both at work and at home.
According to Richard Feloni, "Once you finish your written speech or PowerPoint slides, you're only halfway done preparing a great presentation.
Take a look at this infographic at elearninginfographics.
"We all want what we want, but it's always difficult to figure out how to get it," writes Matt Johnston in the introduction to his video on the topic of power words.
"If you're not entirely comfortable speaking in public, then giving a PowerPoint in front of your colleagues or clients can be a great source of anxiety," writes Richard Feloni in a piece featured at BusinessInsider.
"We’ve been compiling a list of top presentation resources that will help you become a master presenter.
"Success at work stems from face-to-face communication with others.
According to Carmine Gallo, "Your audience will mentally check out of your next PowerPoint presentation after about 10 minutes.
"In this Business English Pod episode we’re going to look at making a verbal progress report during a meeting.
According to Kent Anderson, "I’m a fan of PowerPoint.
"As a performance coach I’ve been privileged to work with a varied selection of fascinating people.
Shel Israel (photo, left) shares his 12 tips.
"Many people will listen to what I just said and say, “It’s time to kill the presentation.