As we gain more knowledge presenting ourselves and develop our abilities in the workplace and the way we are presenting ourselves, the area you will have to face is, being able to present. This could be as simple as presenting one-on-one in a sales situation or leading a team talk to presenting in public, all are equally important, they all have the same starting point; each needs to be planned and you need to have the confidence to deliver them well.
I think before we move on to the how to present we should look at Bad presentations the (What you shouldn’t do)! You know when you’re listening to a truly great presentation, it flows, it’s a skill but you will only attain this by practice. On the other hand, you certainly know when you’re listening to an absolutely appalling one, don’t you!
So, if you don’t want to look like a rank amateur, I’m going to give you a few bad points for you to think about and hopefully you will discard. If you’re following and using these points I will guarantee that you will “leave a very bad impression”; to such an extent that you will never be asked again to speak.