Why ‘Start with Why’ Could Spell Disaster for your Next Presentation

Simon Sinek published his best-selling book ‘Start with Why in 2009. Since then, his message has been a runaway success. He’s graced the stages of TED, is repeatedly quoted across business social media, and he’s now fronting a successful channel...

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Remote Ready Refreshed - Tech is not a Panacea

I think I remember when we made the move from Skype to Teams. It was one of a multitude of behind-the-scenes updates that quietly happens in the background when you’re an Office 365 user (or is that ‘Microsoft 365’ user now? That kind of proves...

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Next Slide Please

I wouldn’t want to be PM right now (actually, I’ve always wondered why anyone would want to be Prime Minister – it appears to be an incredibly thankless task).

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Herding Cats

Everything You Wanted To Know About Presentation Efficiency But Were Afraid To Ask

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Successful companies don’t create their own advertising

As a child, you got the sense that Christmas was around the corner when the ads for toys started to appear on TV. As my parents would attest, the gawdy ads for plastic rubbish worked a treat - my toy cupboard was filled to the rafters with toys...

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The Missing Piece of The CPD Puzzle

CPD presentations can be divisive things – some love them for the value-added conversations they spark with their idea audience profile, others loath them because they are a time-consuming distraction to an already pressurised sales team.

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Remote Ready Refreshed - All Hail the Weather Presenters (Pun Intended)

The weather has been a hot topic of conversation since we entered this ‘new normal’ of working from home. From slavishly watching reports on impending monsoons to fervent prayers for one final splash of sunshine, we’ve been hooked.

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Remote Ready Revisited – Avoiding Bad Habits

It's a phrase we've all got rather tired of, but the ‘new normal’ is most definitely here to stay. After the initial panic, many of us have adjusted to working from home, surrounded by our family, pets and the constant allure of the refrigerator....

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Seeing the wood for the trees

Death by PowerPoint doesn’t happen because you’re rubbish at PowerPoint. It doesn’t happen because your slides are ugly. It doesn’t happen when you nervously trip over your words.

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Why are you presenting?

We (socially distance) gathered the great and good from Eyeful to share their tips for creating the most compelling and engaging presentations. Presentations are a broad church, from the creative to the practical, so we hope this series of tips...

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