Give Mic-Dropping Presentations
We’ve all done it. Death by PowerPoint is a real thing, and while it’s tempting to put your presentation all on a slide and just project that on a wall so people can read it and ask questions — that’s not going to win hearts and minds.
There’s nothing wrong with PowerPoint — it’s about you. How are you going to say your piece, say it well and let the microphone drop?
Think about why you’re not just sending an email to the boss’s boss, to the customer or to another department. You wish to connect with those who are going to take your ideas, make them their own and breathe life into them. So don’t bore your messenger-to-be to death. Let’s talk about making that presentation better.