The Naked Presenter: Delivering Powerful Presentations With or Without Slides

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Pearson Education, Nov 29, 2010 - Business & Economics - 99998 pages
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When we learn to present naked, we reach our audiences by communicating the essence of the message, stripping away all that is unnecessary and embracing the ideas of simplicity, clarity, honesty, integrity, and passion. If "slideware" is used, the slides never steal the show or rise above serving a strong but simple supportive role. The ideas in the presentation may or may not be radical, earth shattering, or new, but there is freshness to the approach and content that makes a lasting impression.

In this invaluable resource from the author for the best-selling books Presentation Zen and Presentation Zen Design, you will discover how to get to the core of your message and deliver presentations that are as natural as they are memorable. Whether you are just in the planning stages or need advice for a talk that begins in an hour, you'll find wisdom in The Naked Presenter that you can use to connect deeply with your audience and deliver a great presentation.
 

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Contents

Naturalness and the Art of Presenting Naked
Preparation
Connect with Punch Presence and Projection
Engage with Passion Proximity and Play
Sustain with Pace and Participation
End with a Powerful Finish
Continuous Improvement Through Persistence

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Garr Reynolds is the author of the best-selling books Presentation Zen and Presentation Zen Design, and a leading authority on presentation design and delivery. A sought-after speaker and consultant, his clients include many in the Fortune 500. A writer, designer, musician, and long-time student of the Zen arts, he is currently Associate Professor of Management at Kansai Gaidai University in Japan and Director of Design Matters in Japan. Garr's popular blog on presentation design and delivery is at www.presentationzen.com.

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