Work With Others


Work with someone else to ease your load Solicit feedback from anywhere you can find it Work with a co-presenter to make your presentation more audience-friendly


The stress of single-handedly trying to put on a web presentation (at least until you’re consciously competent at it) can often lead to giving up. With many presentations, a lot of details must be taken care of. If you try to do it all by yourself, three things will happen: 

  • Other stakeholders will find something to criticize, usually at the last minute. 
  • You will not receive objective feedback. Your presentation might need just a couple of simple tweaks to be great, but without solid input you’ll never know. 
  • You won’t be happy with the event, ...

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