Posted in Communication, Presentation Skills

Team Toolbox: 5 Tips for Presenting Technical Information

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not good at presenting materials that involve statistics or technical information. SharePoint anyone?

What I did learn along the way is that the information you present should somehow be of use to the listener. Or if it’s an e-mail you’re sending, to a reader. That’s called the ‘you’ factor as in, “This is what this presentation can do for you . . . (so please listen to me).”

The writer from the link shares more tips.

Please feel free to share your own.

First published: 9 June 2011