Presentation skills are crucial to success in today’s business world. While details change a lot from company to company and culture to culture, many skills are consistent: eye contact, slide design, handling questions.

    Mastering Online Presentations

    The strong shift to making fuller use of digital presentation and meeting tools like Zoom, Teams, WebEx, etc. is one of the most lasting impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is not a temporary measure; it is the way of the future. Mastering effectively presenting to...

    Lying With Charts

    Mark Twain popularized the saying that, “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” Numbers seem objective. A chart seems authoritative. But most people’s numeracy and statistical knowledge is quite low. Which unscrupulous communicators can...

    Three Keys for Better Slide Design

    Create presentations that will impress your audience, not put them to sleep. These three simple tips will be useful for beginners and skilled presenters alike.

    Know your audience – presentation skills

    Presentation skills culture varies widely from industry to industry, organization to organization. In the absence of specific guidelines or expectations use our concrete guidelines to design and give great presentations. If possible, review examples of previous presentations given at your organization and adjust accordingly.


    Quick overview of non-verbal mistakes when presenting – and how to avoid them.

    The Secret to Eye Contact

    “Make eye contact” isn’t very useful advice or criticism. Most of use know we should be making eye contact, not looking at the ceiling or the floor. But how? Learn some concrete tactics to help you fake it until you can make it for real.