You've researched, analyzed and crunched the numbers. You have data. A lot of it. You're ready to present. Before you fire up PowerPoint, and cut and paste from Excel, it's useful to think about how ...
Blame it on Excel, or perhaps a lack of time. Blame it on the template, or maybe a certain couldn't-be-bothered attitude, there are a lot of chart mistakes out there, that creep into presentations and decks. I've already documented the Timelord, (for those of you that live in alternate timestreams) the Harlequin
“Speech… Toast …” Dreaded words for introverts to hear at this time of year. Most of us don’t like speaking in public, so the office party speech, the quick toast, can be a brief, mumbling affair instead of soaring ciceroan oratory. Can you do better?
‘Twas the night before your presentation, when all thro’ the house… You’ve created your slides, And checked them all twice. But will the points you’re portraying Seem naughty or nice?