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Tips for increasing your impact

A clear message and the right prep will delight your viewers—and your presenters

TV vs. webcasting vs. video-on-demand – Confused about the Choices?

Whether original or edited; live or recorded, it’s about making sure you understand and reach your audience.

Whether you’re dreading going on-camera or anticipating your moment in the spotlight, you’ll feel better if you come off like a natural.

This Resources page contains a variety of downloads to help you look great and perform your best.

Tips for Presenters: What to Wear

As popularity of virtual road shows, town halls and video training grows, more and more people are watching presenters online. And with today’s HD video feeds and high-resolution screens and monitors, it’s more important than ever to look your best.

Here are tips you can use on what to wear — and what not to.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Presentation Slides

Someone once coined the phrase “Death by PowerPoint”… and for good reason. Even if you “look like a million bucks” and have your material down pat, there’s nothing that will kill your presentation faster than bad slides.

These 19 tips will take your slides from boring to lively and engaging.

Production Planning Guide

When the red light goes on and the cameras roll, it’s time to cross your fingers and hope for the best. But the chances of your program going smoothly increase exponentially with proper planning beforehand.

Download this helpful production guide to make sure you don’t forget anything.

Tips for Presenters: Preparing, Presenting and Panel Discussions

They say practice makes perfect, and they’re right. You’ll look much better in front of the cameras if you do your homework before the program starts.

Preparing for your presentation, looking good on-screen, holding your own on a panel and more — this helpful tipsheet has you covered.