Great presenters – your chance to judge
Once you start getting interested in how to make great presentations and speak well in public, you’ll begin to see other people’s performances in a new light. In this blog and at our Speakeasy events, we explore what goes into delivering a great presentation. If you’ve followed what we’ve been doing you’ll have read about body language, engaging the audience, storytelling and using great slides.
So let’s say you know quite a bit about this now. Well here’s a challenge for you. I’m inviting you to watch three talks from my favourite speech-website, that’s the TED talks. I’d like you to choose ONE from the choice of three below for special attention and analyse what you like about it – and if there’s any room for improvement.
I’ll give a bottle of champagne to the best analysis (not based on length, but quality of comment!) and I’ll make the award at a forthcoming Speakeasy event. I’m the sole judge of this by the way – and totally incorruptible!
Send your entry in the form of an e-mail – you should have the address but if not, you can contact me via the Contact Us button on this web-site home page.
YOUR CHOICES FOR ANALYSIS
Sir Ken Robinson on “How schools kill creativity”
Jamie Oliver on “Teach every child about food”
Carmen Agra Deedy “Spinning Stories”
I’m looking forward to your comments – DEADLINE is 12th March 2010