how ad(d)ing the right words adds up

how ad(d)ing the right words adds up

Last week, we suggested thinking of each slide not as a mini-brochure jam-packed with text but rather as an ad – or even a billboard. This, we argued, would ease the burden of communication, which has been made so much more difficult by having to do most of it online....
(re)thinking and (re)imagining your next online presentation

(re)thinking and (re)imagining your next online presentation

Presenting online presents a new set of challenges. And a new set of opportunities. One of the biggest challenges, is how to keep the audience with you – despite technical glitches and other interruptions of the virtual kind (see last week’s post)… When you lose the...
face-to-face vs facelessness (or how to avoid the void)

face-to-face vs facelessness (or how to avoid the void)

Hello and welcome to our ongoing series on “things to remember when presenting online”. Last week’s post (about getting technicalities right) ended with the possibility of having to turn off your video while making an online presentation, and the fear of talking into...
let’s get (a bit) technical

let’s get (a bit) technical

Welcome back. Today we begin our series on “things to remember when presenting online”. As we mentioned in last week’s post – impact, effectiveness and clarity are even more critical in today’s brave new world of business presentations. In a pre-pandemic...
the more (some) things change, the more they remain the same

the more (some) things change, the more they remain the same

Why webinars make sense and what role slide decks have in this brave new world This blog-post is being written from home. The current pandemic has collapsed the borders between “work” and “home” for so many of us. What had felt new only a couple of months ago is now...