In this video, you’ll learn an easy way to compliment another group’s presentation, even if you didn’t like their presentation 🙂
- Step 1: Briefly summarize what the group talked about.
- Step 2: Talk about what you gained or learned from the presentation.
The video has an example of what I’m talking about so check that out.
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