This quadrant captures everything about how you approach the task of presentation preparation. It unpacks the level of seriousness with which you plan, research, and organize your thoughts before even opening a design program such as PowerPoint.
Exploration matters because it examines whether you are researched, rehearsed, have the right message, and care about the look and feel of your slides. In other words, it measures if you are prepared to give that important presentation.
Rehearsal Secrets | Research Methods | Design Expertise
This quadrant measures your ability to share and deliver your message. It covers charisma, confidence, humor, authenticity, and much more. It explores just how natural or awkward you are in front of a room.
It’s you on stage. Are you confident? Are you conversational? Are you charismatic? Are you comfortable? All of these elements matter when you are in front of a room.
Delivery Techniques | Audience Understanding | Speaking Styles
Do people like or dislike you once you have given a presentation? This is what the Response quadrant attempts to discover. It unpacks just how well you and your messages are received and retained by your audience.
Response is all about whether you have a servant’s heart. Caring about your audience matters and this quadrant will extract that reality.
Workshop Advice | Q&A Tips | Open/Close Options
This quadrant is all about lifetime value. Does your content stand the test of time? Speeches that would score well here include Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” or Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Pearl Harbor address to the nation.
Every great presentation or speech inspires, motivates, and even changes the world. Durability matters if you want to make a broad impact on the world and those around you.
Platform Ideas | Content Marketing Tricks | Legacy Awareness