Editor’s note: Will Thalheimer’s mission is to bring research-based wisdom to the workplace learning. Here he shares his wisdom on bullet points in presentations.
Editor’s note: A look at the evidence that shows why we find it so difficult to process bullet point text on slides. Some good advice before you prepare for your next presentation.
Editor’s note: In light of the recent Learning Technologies conference, I thought it would be useful to share some tips on how to create great PowerPoint decks.
Editor’s note: Some good tools and data points in here – useful for content curation too.
Editor’s note: This article on managing conflict in presentations ran alongside this week’s Chat2lrn Twitter chat and it provides some great insights and tips on managing conflicts when presenting. Well worth a read if you have to manage conflict, whatever the context.
Editor’s note: A deconstruction of the winning Olympic bid from Tokyo. Some great advice here.
Editor’s note: Niall Gavin reflects on his ‘pitch’ to redesign compliance training at last week’s Learning and Skills Group summer conference.
Editor’s note: This article does exactly what it says on the tin. Don’t ever let your presentations go on for longer . . .
Editor’s note: Mike Collins shares some tips on how he has made his presentations more social and shareable.
Editor’s note: Patrick Mallarkey looks at the two magicians in the film The Prestige – The Professor and The Great Danton – and reflects on what type of magic L&D professionals need to bring to learning events.