PowerPoint Tricks

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The time-waster meeting is a common fixture in offices across America. The reason, says Reid Hastie, a professor of behavioral science at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, is that we’re not thinking about and valuing our time the right way.

Halt interruptions by giving your office a makeover ... If it's important, re-re-repeat it ... Follolw these 5 steps to becoming a better conversationalist ... Help employees prioritize their tasks ... Make a good impression with the "Rule of 12/12/12."

Take a PowerPoint presentation from good to great with these six tips from Presentation S.O.S. by Mark Wiskup.

You know a presentation is going badly when audience members start tapping on their BlackBerrys.These days, especially, it isn't easy to capture and hold a group's attention. Make it easier for the presenter by using these two PowerPoint tips.

There’s nothing funny about layoffs and pay cuts, but they’re no reason to lose your sense of humor at work, especially during a season that’s supposed to be fun and festive. Managers can do their staffs a huge favor during these tough economic times by lightening up the workplace.

The typical off-site meeting is chock-full of PowerPoint presentations, flip charts and team-building exercises. But back at work months later, what actually changes? Lead an off-site event that leaves people energized and focused.

You can do it by embedding a call-in-by-cell-phone poll within a PowerPoint presentation.

Put together a presentation that captivates an audience with the 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint.

Keep the clock in mind when preparing a PowerPoint presentation. Audiences appreciate a presentation that cuts to the chase.
Employers say the darnedest things at the wrong time. Take, for example, a termination meeting. This is not the time to be defensive and anticipate the employee’s discrimination charges. Instead, stick with the hard facts: why the company has decided that termination is necessary ...
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