These resources provide a powerful array of tools for self-promotion
and communication in the oldest and the newest mediums - in person
presentations and the World Wide Web.
Gene Zelaznys Say it With Presentations takes a hands-on
approach to teaching effective presentation techniques. Loaded with
graphics and learn by doing exercises, the program outlined in this
book will leave you, if not a suave emcee, at least able to give
a presentation that communicates your message and doesnt bore
your audience into submission. A particular strength of Say it
With Presentations is material Gene presents on avoiding the
biggest problems with presentations, both in content and form.
Crawford Kilians Writing for the Web has a different
flavour from Say it With Presentations, but it is no less
impressive as a resource. Crawford Kilian is the author of a plethora
of titles on writing techniques for Self-Counsel Press and his background
as a written word communicator stands him in good stead. In a field
often overwhelmed by flashy technobabble, Kilian puts communication
before flash and produces a readable and helpful guide.
Unite these two streams and take a look at www.presentersonline.com.
By registering for this free site, you can access tons of articles
on presentation skills, including technical how-to on some popular
presentation software. Worth surfing over to.
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