The way I see it, Power Point is not a presentation tool. It is a presentation illustration tool. And Power Point is designed in a way that leads you toward illustrating a presentation using bullet points. It can most certainly be used by great presentation illustrators to help support great presentations. But most of the time, […]
Many of you are new here so before anything else let me just say, thank you for following. Since you’ve likely not seen them, I thought it might be a good idea to let you know about some of my favorite posts. Being a cartoonist, I have quite a few posts where people show up for […]
At the end of last week, I received some extra questions from the attendees who viewed my coffee break webinar. I’ve responded to each individually but thought I would share the responses with you as well. But before I get to the questions (and responses) I wanted to share a little about the presentation experience. Feel […]
Engagement happens when something draws you in and makes everything else go away, even for just an instant. I woke up early to write this morning, then spent about forty five minutes watching Shane Koyczan. Some may call that procrastination, I do not. Because if I could redo this early morning, I would have done the same thing.
Sitting in the audience for Rodney Hopson’s keynote at the 2012 American Evaluation Conference in Minneapolis, one thing immediately stood out. Those were some gorgeous Power Point slides. It was a heavy topic (Evaluation in Complex Ecologies: Relationships, Responsibilities, Relevance) and my expectations for something visually appealing in a conference keynote were pretty low. But […]
At the end of last week I reached out directly to the members of my email list to learn some of the things that they’re struggling with right now. I had a great response and received some nice detailed replies, which I really appreciate. What did I learn? Most of you are not really focused on the web […]