Setting up and tearing down


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Setting up and tearing down

As we wrap up the chapter on delivery, let's focus on one thing we often neglect, the behind-the-scenes tasks of setting up and tearing down. In this video, we'll discuss the following: setting the stage, greeting the audience, handouts and signing-in, positioning you and your laptop, and closing down. Before you get started, find out when the audience will be arriving. You should be ready to greet the audience by that time, which means no more fiddling around with your laptop or handouts. If you're not ready yet, have someone keep them out of the room or take yourself into another room to prepare.

In other words, don't let the audience watch you set up. Now let's set the stage. Pretend you're an attendee walking into the room. Look around. What do you see? You'll want to remove any clutter and distractions and do some light housekeeping. Decide where everything will go: you, your laptop, and possibly the screen. Set up your banner, literature, business cards, and ...

Setting up and tearing down
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Setting up and tearing down provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint Tips and Tricks for Business Presentations

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Business
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PowerPoint
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