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Teaming up for Maximum Impact

Team presentations can be a terrific opportunity — the whole is often much greater than its individual parts — or they can be a vexing challenge.
If you’ve ever been part of a . . .

Pitch team chasing the next big piece of business
Panel presenting at a meeting or conference
Research team sharing findings or recommendations

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Know Your Presentation Role — DELIVER ON EXPECTATIONS

When you are invited to speak, it’s important to understand exactly what you are being asked to do. Understanding your client’s expectation is the first step to understanding your role and expectations. Cathy was meeting resistance from her fellow presenters, possibly because they each had differing views of the event — was this to be a keynote, team presentation or a panel discussion? Such confusion could be easily cleared up by the client. Continue reading

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