Watching a bad presentation is the worst. As the speaker drones on and on, you’re bored, confused, and unsure what exactly you’re supposed take away from it all. So, when it’s your turn to present, how do you avoid being “that person?”
Luckily, with a little basic knowledge about what makes people tick, it’s easy. In this short (and well-presented) video, behavioral psychologist Susan Weinschenk explains five key ideas that affect how people receive and react to your presentation—and then gives easy tips for making your next presentation perfectly people-friendly.