I recently attended a workshop in Tauranga. It was held in a large hanger. The presenter was an interesting person with some good stuff to say.
However, there was a problem. No microphone.
Being a hanger, the ambiance was one of a large bucket. We all strained to hear what was being said.
A bit later we were asked to stand and move either to one side or the other of the space, so to reflect our position on various statements. Selected individuals were quizzed on why we took our either-or positions. Unfortunately, most of the rationales offered were lost into the abyss of the big bucket.
Much later someone saved the day with a microphone. Finally, normal transmission resumed.
All this got me thinking about preparation for and the makings of a great presentation. Read More