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        Finding Your Powerful Points

        ABSTRACT

        Find out how to energize an audience, become comfortable with improvisation during Q&A, and make explanations of complex diagrams fluid. Most people use PowerPoint in a way that exaggerates their weaknesses instead of playing to their strengths. The dirty little secret is that we all present differently. There are six “Presenter Types.” Knowing yours is the secret to effectively engaging your audience and becoming better on your feet.

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        • TypePresentation
        • PriceFree
        • FormatPPTX
        • Size9.77 MB
        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedalmost 6 years ago
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        • Added byRawan Mehyar
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