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99. Johnny Quinn on Audience Engagement; Online and Offline

It’s the last of the double-digits here on episode ninety-nine of the Presentation Boss Podcast! This week we had a conversation with an expert from New Zealand on presentation skills, audience engagement and facilitation. He reached out to us after listening to the show, promising he had something to offer. And Johnny Quinn, the presentologist…

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78. Where to Start When You Don’t Know Where to Start

Episode seventy-eight of The Presentation Boss Podcast and in this short time together, Kate and Thomas tackle that problem of where do you even start when you need to prepare for a presentation. Whether you have a head full of ideas and content all swimming around untamed and need to implement the Brain Dump method.…

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75. Storytelling With Data and PowerPoint

It’s numbers and narrative on episode seventy-five of The Presentation Boss Podcast. Numbers don’t make sense outside of the context of the story they tell. And while we may have access to the best, newest and fanciest graphing software on the planet, the best graphs still need to be presented properly. Even the best graphs…

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65. How To Make “Dry Information” Engaging

Join us for episode sixty-five of The Presentation Boss Podcast! We work a whole lot with tech-based teams. Accounting, IT, engineering, academia, data analysts.. the type of deep thinkers who have a massive amount of knowledge and understanding in their topics. But can struggle to get that important information out of their mind. Especially when…

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61. Tamsen Webster on TEDx and Messaging

Get in, it’s episode sixty-one of The Presentation Boss Podcast. We’re joined today by another speaking genius from our big wish-list of experts we’re excited to have on the show. Today it’s Tamsen Webster of TEDx and The Red Thread fame. Kate has been following her work for years, and Thomas almost as long (you’ll…

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53. How To Plan, Design and Deliver Your Best Presentation

It’s time to celebrate with episode fifty-three of The Presentation Boss Podcast! It has been one year since our very first episode on 1 May 2019 which means this is our first birthday. So, grab a beverage of your choice, a slice of cake and your notepad, then join us for a little bit of…

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44. How to Define Your Audience and Refine Your Message

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to episode forty-four of The Presentation Boss Podcast! In this episode we do a deep dive into the question ‘what is the difference between a bad talk and a good talk’. We strongly believe that while many folk focus on the delivery, that the success of a presentation comes in the…

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40. Being a Professional Speaker with Grant Baldwin

On episode forty of The Presentation Boss Podcast we hear from one of our big wish-list guests, Grant Baldwin. Kate and Thomas first came across Grant through his hugely popular podcast The Speaker Lab which discusses the business of speaking as a professional but also introduced them to many invaluable ideas, tips and guests. When…

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38. How To Choose The Right Chart For Your Data Visualisation

Welcome to episode thirty-eight of The Presentation Boss Podcast! This episode straddles the fine line between Thomas and Kate having a discussion, and Thomas interviewing Kate. Why? Because Kate specialises in data visualisation and data presentation. Today concentrates on how you go about choosing the right chart to best present your data insights to your…

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34. Speech Breakdown: TED Talk by Simon Sinek “Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe”

We’re listening to another TED Talk on The Presentation Boss Podcast today! Simon Sinek has the third most watched TED Talk of all time, is seen as a leader in both leadership psychology and one of the world’s most recognisable speakers. We like his style and reckon most folks would like him too. Today we…