If the presentation was great, hang back after the presentation and tell the presenter that you liked their presentation. Exchange business cards, and keep in touch. Maybe you can exchange ideas. It’s always great to have a network to share with.
Monday, 4 March 2013
Learn From Other Presenters
One of the best ways to improve your presentation skills is to watch and learn from other presenters. When you attend a trade show or conference, be sure to take in some of the keynote presentations. Watch the presentation critically, and take note of the presenter’s style, the quality of their slides, the way they incorporate graphics in their presentation.For certain, you can learn from the good presentations. But you can probably learn as much from a poor presentation. Why did you think the presentation was poor? Did the presenter use their slides poorly, or was the content poor? What would you have done differently?