Presentations

What I Learned This Week: Avoid Asshole Ammunition

Andy Nulman | Posted 11.04.2014 | Canada Business
Andy Nulman

Giving up the reigns puts someone else in the driver's seat, which is a guaranteed recipe for calamity. Trust me, every pitch you'll make will be challenged... but the longer your maintain control, the more powerful a base (and shield) you build. What's more, you may inadvertently address, even eliminate, someone's genuine concern as your presentation rolls on to its finish.

Your Start-Up Business: The Tips You Need to Pitch Successfully

Karen Geier | Posted 10.28.2012 | Canada Business
Karen Geier

You most likely won't make $41 million off your first business presentation, but you DO need a deck which clearly lays out a few key things which all venture capitalists (and potential partners) look for. It seems easy, but one of the hardest exercises you will go through in this process is distilling everything you think, want, and believe in your company into a measly 10 pages. Here are some tips.

Know Your Audience: Tips for Public Speaking

Anne Day | Posted 08.26.2012 | Canada Business
Anne Day

While I may brief the speakers on the audience, their backgrounds and occupations, I can't predict the personality style of all those involved, which in turn impacts how they learn best and that's why some people will love a presentation, and others hate it. So here are some tips on how to read your audience!

Twelve Pro Tips on Public Speaking

Anne Day | Posted 07.17.2012 | Canada
Anne Day

Looking for new customers or clients? One way to showcase your business and expertise is to offer seminars or workshops. Now, public speaking can be a scary thought to many, so here are some tips to get you started.