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#007 The Science of Eye Contact

#007: The Science of Eye Contact

It’s a buoy when you utilize it correctly, and an anchor when you don’t. Eye contact. A secret weapon with the ability to claim victory for your message or kill it in one swift motion. On this episode of the Presentation Scientists, hosts Scott Schwertly and Gabrielle Reed analyze the advantages of eye contact and … Continue reading “#007: The Science of Eye Contact”

A Comprehensive Guide to Presentation Research

A Comprehensive Guide to Presentation Research

Merriam-Webster defines research as “careful study that is done to find and report new knowledge about something” or “the activity of getting information about a subject.” It’s one of the most crucial parts of creating a stellar presentation. That’s why we’ve answered some of the questions you probably ask yourself when beginning a big deck. … Continue reading “A Comprehensive Guide to Presentation Research”

When Creativity Meets Presentation Training

When Creativity Meets Presentation Training

Although we regularly write about creative strategies for presentation design on the Ethos3 blog, we haven’t really touched on creative strategies for presentation training. After reading a recent post from Fast Company introducing various intriguing facts about creativity, we were inspired to implement their findings in the presentation space. Here are 3 aspects to look … Continue reading “When Creativity Meets Presentation Training”

3 Signs of Storytelling Doom

3 Signs of Presentation Storytelling Doom

Studies have shown that storytelling is the most effective tactic to employ if presenter’s want audience members to share his or her opinions, care about a topic, and motivate others to care about it. Storytelling allows listeners to be a part of the experience – whether they were there in real-time or not. Are your … Continue reading “3 Signs of Presentation Storytelling Doom”

Commonality as a TED Talk theme in “The shared experience of absurdity”

Commonality in a TED Talk: “The shared experience of absurdity”

Over the years, over 2.3K TED Talks have been given, recorded, and shared on digital platforms. One that caught our eye a few years ago was Charlie Todd’s “The shared experience of absurdity.” Through a detailed account of a few projects he orchestrated with his organization – Improv Everywhere – the TED Talk speaker implemented … Continue reading “Commonality in a TED Talk: “The shared experience of absurdity””

The Conundrum of the Presentation Graph

The Conundrum of the Presentation Graph

As you go through the presentation creation process, you’ll research and gather a huge amount of data and information. You’ll sift through everything you’ve collected and select those data points that are most relevant to your presentation message and subject matter. Graphs are wonderful visual tools to implement throughout your deck. But, there are situations … Continue reading “The Conundrum of the Presentation Graph”

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