Here’s are the slides for my “Ten Rules for Presentations” posted to Slideshare. Enjoy!
These Ten Rules are BANG on! man.
dr jim sellner, PhD., DipC.
I think your Rules pretty much cover the topic. I’m especially grateful for #7.
–> If you just read the slides, you’re wasting my time – I might as well just download them and read them myself (and safe the time and trouble to go to the conference/CLE/whatever).
However, I AM occasionally happy to read a slide with lots of text – after all, I’m there because I want to know more about the topic of the presentation. I *REALLY DON’T* care for slides that have only a couple of words on them.
Thank you for your blog and your Tweets.
Sebastian A. Hoeges, LL.M. (on Twitter following you as @shoeges)
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