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3 great ways to finish a presentation

Just as you started, finish a presentation with a strong connection to your audience.
We’ve all been there – presentations which start well and end well; those that start well and end badly; and those that start and end badly. 569 more words


5 great ways to make a presentation

I know you’ve heard it before. You have three seconds to make an impression. As a presenter, your audience will make a snap judgement about you before you even open your mouth. 875 more words



Working in a group is always difficult especially when most of the members are freeloaders. I’ve been a group leader for almost every single group I’ve ever been a part of for as far back as I can remember. 1,819 more words


How to give a presentation: (13) the three functions of slides

One of the services that FJWilson Talent Services offers is presentation training. Here our presentation coach, Anthony Haynes, gives the thirteenth in a series of concise, practical, tips. 426 more words

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Conferencing in November

November is always a busy month in terms of conference attendance. This year it has a decidedly criminological bent. I am presenting at both the… 260 more words


Perform, or Else!

That is intended to sound like a threat! I have just finished reading an important book by Santa Monica psychologist Hendrie Weisinger and performance expert… 996 more words


Fergus and Richard present at the RSC PPSG meeting

Fergus gave a talk (on stapled peptides) and Richard presented a poster (on near-native biotinylation of proteins) at the 6th RSC Protein and Peptide Science Group Early Stage Researcher Meeting in Durham on Friday 13th November. 11 more words