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Presentation Skills Training: Activating Mandated Training

Posted by Blog Tipster

February 17, 2017

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Presentation Skills Training: What If You Lose Your Co-Presenter?

Posted by Blog Tipster

February 10, 2017

Here's another great presentation skills training "What If..." asked by an Ovation reader. Imagine you're tasked to present with a colleague, and last minute (for whatever reason) they can't present. Don't go into panic mode! Take a look at Kerri Garbis's response: 

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Presentation Skills Training "What Ifs": Your Questions, Answered

Posted by Blog Tipster

January 31, 2017

Recently, we asked our followers on social and some others to let us know about their particular presentation "What Ifs...": lingering questions about presentation skills training, delivery, and more. We'll be sharing some of the questions and responses here, because no doubt one person's "what if" maybe shared by many! 

If you took part in our Holiday Giveaway through social or email, we thank you. Be on the lookout for responses from our President, Kerri Garbis, very soon.

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WOW Factor: You Won’t Believe We Made This Entirely with PowerPoint

Posted by Guest Contributor

December 9, 2016

We're pleased to share a guest post today from Luke Goetting, founder of Puffingston, an exciting presentation design firm. We love how Puffingston looks at visuals. Want to hear more from Luke? He's the featured guest on this "Ask an Expert" webinar.

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6 More Outside-the-Box Creative Presentation Ideas

Posted by Bridget Beirne

November 17, 2016

The phrase "outside the box" has come by its jargon status honestly. We're often striving to change our perspective, and try something new or more creative. We use this phrase to remind us to break out, because often we don't realize we're in the box at all.

Deep, right?
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