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Leading with the Benefits: Why the “P” in Presentation Prep Should be for PERSPECTIVE

sarah glova speaking

Reify Media delivered an informal presentation about LinkedIn earlier this year at a local engineering consulting firm, Porticos. If, just a few short years ago, you had asked me to facilitate a discussion about LinkedIn, I would have presented slide after PowerPoint slide of well-researched LinkedIn data. Luckily, for the Porticos engineers especially, that’s no longer my presentation style.

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Read the Room: Part 3 of 3

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This is part 3 of a 3 part series about reading the room to improve your presentation skills. If you missed part 1 or 2, they are available here Part 1: Before Your Presentation and Part 2: During Your Presentation. PART 3: After Your Presentation You made it through your presentation and it felt good. […]

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Read the Room: Part 2 of 3

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This is part 2 of a 3 part series about reading the room to improve your presentation skills. If you missed part 1, it’s available here: Read the Room: Part 1 Before the Presentation PART 2: During Your Presentation All the preparation that you did before your presentation sets you up to deliver a fantastic […]

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Read the Room: Part 1 of 3

Part 1 Before the Presentation

You need to deliver a killer presentation. You already know all about slide design from Presentation Zen, you’ve watched TED talks for inspiration, and you’ve practiced your power pose. However, your presentation can still fall flat if you aren’t considering and addressing the needs of your audience. No matter how great your slides are, if your […]

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On Deadlines and Diapers : Lessons from the First Year of Parenthood

The Klingenberg Family

Hi there, reader. I write you from a place of relief, satisfaction, gratitude, and humility… a place otherwise known as the first year of parenthood. So brush aside the Legos and pull up a chair. I want to share with you some of what the last 12 months have taught me.

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