How to Transition Between Main Points in Presentation

How to Transition Between Main Points in Presentation

Every audience appreciates it when a speaker is organized and easy to follow. A great way to help listeners follow along is by using clear transition statements between main points. In my experience, most speakers’ transitions don’t stand out enough and listeners miss them. As a result, one main point tends to blur into the next. (more…)

How to Answer a Mulit-Part Question

How to Answer a Mulit-Part Question

Sometimes, a listener will ask you a multi-part question after a presentation. They will word it something like this: “I have a two-part question. The first part is . . . and the second question is . . .” Sometimes the questions are related but not always.  (more…)

How to Answer a Question Flood

How to Answer a Question Flood

Sometimes, a listener will ask a presenter a long, jumbled flood of questions, opinions, and concerns. The longer their question, the more stressful the moment can become for everybody in the room.  (more…)

How to Organize a Persuasive Presentation

How to Organize a Persuasive Presentation

In many professional contexts, you will want to convince listeners to your point of view. You might be pitching a team on a future direction. You might be selling a valuable product or service. (more…)

Who is Alex Lyon?

Who is Alex Lyon?

Alex Lyon, PhD, is a communications coach who has been sharing his videos on PresentationExpressions.com. Alex makes some great videos teaching people about giving presentations, so I wanted to take this opportunity to briefly introduce you to him and ask that you support his channel by subscribing. (more…)

How to Grab an Audience’s Attention With a Question

How to Grab an Audience’s Attention With a Question

Questions can be a powerful way to open a presentation. Good questions instantly engage your listeners and draw them in. Here are some tips to start strong. (more…)