What’s your POWERful POINT?

Check out Gavin McMahon’s Finding Your POWERful POINT webcast. I loved his Slideshare deck, but am completely immersed in this excellent and relevant webcast version of the deck. Lessons I drew from the first 20 minutes:

You are not Steve Jobs, but that’s ok, you are not supposed to be.

Harness your natural strengths as a presenter and grow from there! 

Teachers need to simplify and get out of their heads.

Gavin is a master of speaker analysis–his insights on the various presenter types has really caused me to do a bit of soul searching about my own role as presenter/teacher.

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One thought on “What’s your POWERful POINT?

  1. Gavin says:

    Chiara,

    Obviously, I “like” this. Thanks for your kind words. Am enjoying surfing through your blog.

    Gavin

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