How to give a presentation: (14) stop talking

One of the services that FJWilson Talent Services offers is presentation training. Here our presentation coach, Anthony Haynes, provides the fourteenth in a series of concise, practical, tips. There’s some information that you wish to present that works well in visual form. For example, a graph. You want your audience to access this information and understand… Read More

How to give a presentation: (13) the three functions of slides

One of the services that FJWilson Talent Services offers is presentation training. Here our presentation coach, Anthony Haynes, gives the thirteenth in a series of concise, practical, tips. Slides can fulfil three functions: they can act as a visual aid to enhance the audience’s comprehension they can act as a take-away, for the audience to refer to… Read More

How to give a presentation: (12) against headings

One of the services that FJWilson Talent Services offers is presentation training. Here our presentation coach, Anthony Haynes, provides the twelfth in a series of concise, practical, tips.   You’re preparing your presentation. You’ve decided, on this occasion, to use slides. You think about what your slides are going to be about. Supposing, for example, your… Read More

How to give a presentation: (11) background

One of the services that FJWilson Talent Services offers is presentation training. Here our presentation coach, Anthony Haynes, gives the eleventh in a series of concise, practical, tips.   If you are using slides or some other visual aid, such as a poster, there is a decision to be made, namely what colour should the background… Read More

How to give a presentation: (10) avoidance of cramming

One of the services that FJWilson Talent Services offers is presentation training. Here our presentation coach, Anthony Haynes, gives the tenth in a series of concise, practical, tips.   If ( I stress ‘if’) you use slides, there will obviously be a limit to how much text you can put on one slide. I’ve read a… Read More