Monthly Archives: May 2011

“Wasn’t my presentation great???”

Several years ago, I was interested in measuring the impact of my Presentation Development course. I was preparing for a two day workshop with a client and figured I’d run a simple survey, asking participants to rate the effectiveness of … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney’s Healthcare PowerPoint

As I teacher of presentation skills, you can imagine my interest this past week as I read that Mitt Romney had used a PowerPoint document in his recent speech on HealthCare. I set down my Wall Street Journal and raced … Continue reading

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How do we make decisions? The answer matters!

I make my living, in part, by teaching Problem Solving. I enjoy following the business press to see how different corporations deal with their problems. Unfortunately, we typically only get to read about what they’ve done – their solution – … Continue reading

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