If you are a marketing leader, how can you help train and improve the presentation skills of your technical professionals? It starts with your own skills first.

Attending selection committee interviews is the perfect opportunity to learn what to do and what not to do in presentations, and MARKETLINK Principal Stephanie Craft has some tips.

Virtual presentations require as much thought on preparedness and body language as physical presentations do—if not more so. Consider the nuances that will drastically improve your reception.

We recommend Prezi, a presentation creator and platform that can transform everyday slides into intuitive spacial tiers and engaging transitions. Anyone looking for a boost would benefit from its significant collection of options, combinations, and creative panels.

The public speaking portion of presentations often gets to people, but comfort in front of an audience is within reach.

Through storytelling, presentations make an impact; through constructive meetings, support, and go-getter preparation, the presentation story will be seamless.

Whether it's creating a presentation or presenting at the interview itself, it's helpful to know some basic terms and smooth out the wrinkles.

Know your options! The presentation world comes with a robust number of applications and resources available to make your proposal interview shine. Create a promising physical presenation, and your proposal will shine.

As the experts who will work on the project first-hand, technical professionals are ideal candidates for proposal presenters. After a few tips and lots of rehearsal, stand with skill and confidence in front of the selection committee.

Even firm principals have something to learn with presentation preparation! Keep on the lookout for talented individuals, bring outside voices in, and create the support systems needed for your presenters to succeed.

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