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Impression Management Professionals offers specialized training on how to transform the way you communicate with high level executives, potential clients and peers so your authority, authenticity and integrity shine through. With Outcome Thinking® you will learn what blocks people from listening to you, how to display Executive Presence so you are highly respected, how to speak with context so what you say is significant, answer questions with poise and confidence, challenge appropriately, and how to make sure your body language is congruent with your message.
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Everyone needs a good shake-up now and then, and that’s why these 5 radical ideas from 5 rad usability presentations are well worth your time. Being influenced by radical ideas can lead to big changes in how you do things, and thus bring big positive results. To improve, it’s sometimes necessary to throw-out old conventions, including some old conventions of usability and user centered design!
The reality is your usability and user-centered design could probably use a boost, to among other things:
* Help you do a better job of adding usability to design
* Change the way you think about interaction
* Present new ideas and new concepts to your processes
* Help you sell your new radical ideas to the masses
So, here then are the 5 radical ideas as presented from these 5 rad usability presentations.
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About a year ago, I started using a service called SlideShare. The idea is pretty simple. You can upload PowerPoint presentations and it converts them into Flash presentations. These new presentations can then be shared and embedded just about anywhere. It’s all very Web 2.0.
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Giving truly great presentations requires skill, work, and practice. Giving catastrophic presentations is far easier. So if you want to take the easy way out and look like a rank amateur, here are 15 surefire tips to guarantee that you leave a really, really bad impression.