Roberta Matuson is a sought-after presenter on leadership and business topics. Known as “The Talent Maximizer,” she is best known for her consulting expertise on the topic of talent in the workplace and has written many books on the subject including Talent Magnetism: How to Build a Workplace That Attracts and Keeps the Best. Here, she discusses her path and her top presentation tips.Read More
Marlene Chism knows what it’s like to live through a less-than-optimal new hire orientation. Several years ago when she signed up for an internship at a non-profit organization, she showed up in professional dress. Her boss took one look at her, sat her down at a computer and asked her to spend the rest of the day working on spreadsheets. Stunned, she was terrified.Read More
It’s a beautiful thing to be able to give a visually compelling presentation with a tool like Prezi. When you invest in your visual aid, it sets the tone for a presentation that stirs the senses and grabs the imagination. But if your vocal and physical delivery style and your intention/purpose are not imaginative, too, you could be just another pretty deck.Read More
If you’ve ever had to facilitate a training session or give a information-heavy presentation, you know that it can be challenging to make sure that everyone in your audience takes in all of your content. Between dealing with the usual distractions—getting your audience off of their phones—and managing different learning styles, creating an engaging and educational presentation can feel like a bit of a juggling act.Read More
Just over a month ago, we kicked off Prezi Causes, a new project that highlights individuals and organizations using Prezi to promote their game- and world-changing big ideas. Our first featured Prezi Cause was The Ocean Clean-Up, a fantastic organization that is working on getting all of the garbage out of our oceans and spreading the word with an awesome prezi.
This month, we’re continuing to share inspiring stories of people making the world better and using Prezi in the process—but this time, we couldn’t limit ourselves to just one cause.Read More