Lee Badman of wirednot writes:
Having wrapped up my stay at the Wireless Field Day 8 event, I found that I had made a list of things through the week that were decidedly NOT funny during the presentations. By offering where I’m about to go with this blog, I promise there is no meanness intended. I spend a fair amount of time doing presentations, and things can and do go wrong. At the same time, when a high-stakes presentation is on the line (like those at WFD), I constructively offer the following feedback and advice to anyone that finds themselves in front of a group– especially one that you want to impress with your content, as opposed to being remembered for the little things that went wrong.
Some great ideas from Lee about how to have a more effective presentation.
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