A Solution to Slideuments →
OK everyone, repeat after Nathan: If you are presenting a lot of information, non-verbally, create a document. If you are presenting orally and want visual aids, create slides.
Training: New Managers Often Are Blind-Sided by... →
If only 23% of managers take the jobs because they actually want to lead, is it any wonder that so few are following. I’ve heard many friend and colleagues express angst over a lack of leadership in their environments and this article does a nice job of compiling survey results that highlight some of the key reasons that this happens.
Turn clip art into custom icons →
Much to many marketing departments’ chagrin, more and more non-designers are “designing” their own PowerPoint slides for presentations. Do they make good choices? Occasionally. Mostly not so much. But tips like this one can help those intrepid non-designers to get some better results along the way. Even designers will find this useful as a perhaps forgotten option they can use....
Two’s a party; three’s a crowd, they say. If you just read your slides, you’re...– Ellen Finkelstein’s 101 Advanced Techniques Every PowerPoint User Should Know
Do you really want to make people feel... →
Dave Crenshaw is back with another side effect of multitasking. And this time it’s personal. When was the last time you gave someone your undivided attention? When was the last time you received someone’s undivided attention? And how does it make you feel? At the end of the day it’s relationships that sustain us personally and professionally. So is the message you want people...
Think you're good at multitasking? →
For years the ability to multitask was worn by many as a badge of honor but should it be? First off all can anyone really multitask? No. No, you really can’t. You can switch very quickly back and forth between two things but your brain can’t actually be focusing on two different things at the same time. OK, so even if you can’t multitask, maybe being really good at switching is...