Consulting Best Practices

Tips to Trim Down and Focus on Big Picture

While dealing with a big corporate client, most presentations happen in a closed conference room between small groups. But what if at the last minute you get to present in front of a much larger group? Deal with such unfortunate circumstances gracefully by learning the art to trim down. Even though it may sound tedious, but it is the most feasible solution. Always be ready with a backup plan that is flexible enough to switch. Include large font size, simplify the syntax, use graphics and tables and a minimum number of slides. Use kicker boxes to call out your main points and focus on a few key pages that include a diagram, or something essential to share your point of view. Walk around the audience and use the space. Speak 20 percent louder than your usual pitch and use expressions to mingle with the audience. To read the original article, click on the following link:

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