presentation skills


When It Might Be OK to Read Your Slides

Knowing when to read the read the full slides of your presentation, when to paraphrase them, and when to let your attendees read them on their own. The way you read your slides can determine how much is learned during your session, along with keeping attendees engaged in your topic.

Naomi Karten's picture Naomi Karten
Before You Create Your Next Presentation

Before beginning work on creating work on your next sales presentation, try to imagine what you and your audiences' reactions will be after it's over. By asking yourselves some crucial questions regarding your audience's takeaways, you'll help create a memorable presentation.

Naomi Karten's picture Naomi Karten


Isabel Evans discusses software testing Testing through Storytelling: An Interview with Isabel Evans

In this interview, independent quality and testing consultant Isabel Evans discusses how to tell our testing stories. She covers how to adapt testing stories to different audiences and how we can change our listening style based on the situation.

Jennifer Bonine's picture Jennifer Bonine

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