If you present as part of your job you can make your presentation more engaging and less boring by using the 1.2. QC-Q technique often used in the exciting intros to great rugby clashes like the ones between the Wallabies and the Springboks or the Wallabies and Argentina’s Los Pumas. 728 more words
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Business #Presentation lesson from the #Wallabies v #Pumas #Rugby: create some drama with quick context and questions Pt 1
If you presentas part of your job – you can learn a lot from Rugby coverage of clashes between the Wallabies and the Springboks or the Argentinian team – Los Pumas. 369 more words
Business lessons from #Wallabies v #Springboks (Pt 1) - #presentation, situation, variation, and duration
Do you enjoy watching great rugby clashes – like the rivalry between the Wallabies and the Springboks. I do!
I enjoy and “study” the game. 878 more words
Making Effective Presentations
Some common reasons for presentations in a business or professional setting are, to establish a means of communication, to implement new rules or procedures, enforce rules or procedures, discuss new ideas and improve on the old ones, strategic planning, demonstrations, marketing issues and discuss future plans. 46 more words
by Peter Paskale
Dramatic business presentations don’t require drama. They’re better off without it. Drama is showy and blowy and overstated. It instantly puts the audience on their guard. 596 more words
I’ve posted a new training video on my YouTube Channel regarding one of the most overlooked aspects of sales. The opening of the sale.
When you meet a new prospect, whether you generated the introduction or they came to you from some other method, what are the first things you say to them? 378 more words