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Microsoft wants you to write better, stay focused and bore fewer people

Microsoft announced a number of updates to Word, PowerPoint and Outlook today that will bring more of its machine learning smarts (among other things) to some of its core Office suite products. 533 more words


Grab them from the get-go

(I published this as a LinkedIn Pulse post a few months ago. But I’m re-publishing it here on The Oomph! Blog to lead off as the first post on our newly re-designed website. 1,525 more words

Audience Engagement

Dynamic infographics with Microsoft Excel data on a real map

Have you wished you could plot numbers in a table on a real map; and not use map picture. Also, this infographic thus created should dynamically refresh based on data. 353 more words


Abandon your agenda! (3 options that beat “Tell them what you’re going to tell them…” when you present)

Does this age-old advice about presenting sound familiar?

  1. Tell people what you’re going to tell them.
  2. Tell them.
  3. Tell them what you told them.

You’ve probably heard that advice before (and you might well follow it, too). 1,170 more words


Experience and thoughts on the IPad

Alright today I would be having a heart to heart talk about my relationship with the IPad. Actually in actual fact, I would bee talking about all my brownie points for the IPad! 190 more words


Start strong – 3 gripping ways to open your talk (Includes example opening lines)

Of the countless presentations you’ve likely heard, how many have really made you listen? Often, they can sound and look a lot like all the rest. 432 more words


5 Things to keep in mind when preparing an important presentation

I have presented my work in front of physicians, professors, in conferences and recently I have successfully defended my 1.5 years of Masters research work with a 20 minute  presentation. 704 more words