Be the best bad presenter ever

badpresenter_rectangleDo you feel the pressure to be perfect when doing a presentation?

Author, Karen Hough says relax! Break the rules, be yourself and make mistakes to connect with your audience, she says in her book Be the Best Bad Presenter Ever.

Be the Best Bad Presenter Ever is available online via Griffith University Library’s Books 24×7 database.

The database also has other helpful books on presentation skills. Take a look!

Be the Best Bad Presenter Ever: Break the Rule, Make Mistakes and Win Them Over
By Karen Hough
Berrett-Koehler Publishers 2014
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Passion and authenticity wins people over; not perfection. Packed with wise and witty advice, this book will help you avoid being one more robot behind a podium and will help free you to be a living, breathing, occasionally clumsy real person whose passion is powerful and infectious.

The Introverted Presenter: Ten Steps for Preparing and Delivering Successful Presentations
By Richard Tierney
Apress 2015
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Laying out a complete process guaranteed to raise you from a debilitating state of terror and aversion to a comfortable place of clarity, calm, and competence—perhaps even brilliance, this concise guide will show you how to deliver competent presentations, no matter how unsuited by nature you might be to the performing arts.

How to Deliver a TED Talk: Secrets of the World’s Most Inspiring Presentations, Revised and Expanded New Edition
By Jeremey Donovan
Published: McGraw-Hill 2014
Click here to access

Whether you’re presenting to an audience of 1 or 1,000, this indispensable book for any public speaker will teach you how to give a TED-style talk to achieve your personal and business goals.

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