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Would you like to deliver more engaging, informative, and persuasive presentations? Do you supervise colleagues who must give presentations on a regular basis? If you have wasted enough time with bad presentations – on either side of the podium – then, this book: Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes, is for you.

Based on unprecedented research across the public interest sector, and incorporating the advice of twenty highly regarded public speaking experts, this helpful handbook will show you how to avoid the most commonly made mistakes (“The Fatal Five”), structure your information in ways that help audiences absorb it, use PowerPoint more effectively, and deliver your talks with greater confidence.

Written by frequent Communications Network presenter Andy Goodman, Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes can be downloaded free-of-charge.

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