Posts Tagged ‘presentations’

Presentations are NOT Standalone Documents

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

I attended an inspiring 2-day event this week where I saw some great presentations and some dismal ones.

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Communicating with clarity

Monday, October 17th, 2011

Communicating accurately with the right level of precision is a discriminating strength of most great communications. Conversely, communicating inaccurately or with too much or too little precision is a recurring fault in many ineffective communications. This balance, underappreciated by most communicators, is an instructive topic for some important observations on speaking, listening and writing.

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Precision is not always good

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

Communicating accurately with the right level of precision is a discriminating strength of most great communications. Conversely, communicating inaccurately or with too much or too little precision is a recurring fault in many ineffective communications. This balance, underappreciated by most communicators, is an instructive topic for some important observations on speaking and listening.

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Twitter headlines

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

Like many others, it took me a while to appreciate the value of Twitter. I still don’t understand how to best exploit its power. However, I recently experienced one usage model that has tremendous value.

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