Showmanship For Presenters With Dave Arch

Sinopse

This is the audio book version of Showmanship For Presenters (available in paperback on amazon.com) read by the author, Dave Arch.

Episódios

  • The Presentation: Warm-Up

    The Presentation: Warm-Up

    23/03/2009 Duração: 03min

    A strategy from the book Showmanship For Presenters by Dave Arch

  • The Presentation: Vulnerability

    The Presentation: Vulnerability

    23/03/2009 Duração: 05min

    A strategy from the book Showmanship For Presenters by Dave Arch

  • The Presentation: Variety

    The Presentation: Variety

    23/03/2009 Duração: 01min

    A strategy from the book Showmanship For Presenters by Dave Arch

  • The Presentation: Unveiling

    The Presentation: Unveiling

    23/03/2009 Duração: 04min

    A strategy from the book Showmanship For Presenters by Dave Arch

  • The Presentation: Unpredictability

    The Presentation: Unpredictability

    23/03/2009 Duração: 04min

    A strategy from the book Showmanship For Presenters by Dave Arch

  • The Presentation: Timing

    The Presentation: Timing

    23/03/2009 Duração: 04min

    A strategy from the book Showmanship For Presenters by Dave Arch

  • The Presentation: Tempo

    The Presentation: Tempo

    22/03/2009 Duração: 02min

    A strategy from the book Showmanship For Presenters by Dave Arch

  • The Presentation: Stage

    The Presentation: Stage

    18/02/2008 Duração: 06min

    What if we considered the front of any room like an actor views the stage? What could we learn that might help us be more effective and impactful?

  • The Presentation: Spontaneity

    The Presentation: Spontaneity

    18/02/2008 Duração: 03min

    We love when something out of the ordinary happens in a presentation. It gives great energy to the situation. Might there be something like "planned spontaneity" on which we could capitalize?

  • The Presentation: Security

    The Presentation: Security

    18/02/2008 Duração: 04min

    What is it in a presentation that gives our listeners enough security that they let go and allow us to take them on the journey we've planned?

  • The Presentation: Scripting

    The Presentation: Scripting

    18/02/2008 Duração: 05min

    We know that there are better ways to say things than other ways we might try. How can we develop a script using the best ways to say things without sounding "canned?"

  • The Presentation: Scenery

    The Presentation: Scenery

    18/02/2008 Duração: 04min

    The physical context in which you deliver your presentation will either contribute to or contaminate your presentation. Here's what to look for.

  • The Presentation: Routining

    The Presentation: Routining

    18/02/2008 Duração: 06min

    What's the difference between a magician performing a series of tricks or a complete routine? There is a very real difference. Which do you do?

  • The Presentation: Rehearsal

    The Presentation: Rehearsal

    18/02/2008 Duração: 05min

    Rehearsal enables us to enjoy the audience without focusing on "what's coming next." However, not all rehearsal is created equal in its effectiveness.

  • The Presentation: Progression

    The Presentation: Progression

    18/02/2008 Duração: 03min

    Is this presentation going somewhere? Ever asked that question? Do your participants ask it of you?

  • The Presentation: Predictability

    The Presentation: Predictability

    18/02/2008 Duração: 02min

    Too much unpredictability in a presentation creates insecurity and sabotages the learning. What is the balance?

  • The Presentation: Passion

    The Presentation: Passion

    18/02/2008 Duração: 02min

    Are you comfortable "getting up on your soapbox?"

  • The Presentation: Opening

    The Presentation: Opening

    18/02/2008 Duração: 04min

    How do you invest some of the most memorable moments of your presentation?

  • The Presentation: Music

    The Presentation: Music

    18/02/2008 Duração: 04min

    Have you ever tried using music in your presentation? You might be quite surprised at the positive difference it can make.

  • The Presentation: Motion

    The Presentation: Motion

    18/02/2008 Duração: 01min

    Do you ever feel like time is standing still when you're presenting? Do your participants ever feel that way?

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