Are you guilty of Death by PowerPoint? PowerPoint is an invaluable, powerful and exciting tool for creating presentation visual aids that transform average speakers into masterful presenters. Or is it? Some slides have been so dreadful and tortuous over the years that the phrase ‘death by...

Zendyn calls Melbourne home and proudly works at Australia’s largest university, Monash. Zendyn leads the Strategic Sourcing Team within Strategic Procurement. She collaborates with the staff and students to achieve best value for money for the University for everything they procure. When not at work,...

This month we have three copies of The Barefoot Investor to give away! Be the first to email michelle@michellebowden.com.au with The Barefoot Investor in the subject line to win! (and remember to include your postal address in your email)Thank you for reading How to Present e-zine! Happy Presenting!Note: Open...

This month we have three copies of You can be a wedding MC to give away! Be the first to email michelle@michellebowden.com.au with the title of the book in the subject line to win! Thank you for reading How to Present e-zine (and remember to include your postal...

Julidar is a General Manager at JELD-WEN Indonesia. As a female leader who leads an operation of more than 900 people, Julidar and her strong team of leaders believe that the best way to inspire the team to provide the best contribution to the company is...

Humour is a wonderful way to engage your audience and hook their attention.  The question is,  how can you use humour in business?  How do you do that? One way to create humour is to either expand or reduce the details of a situation.  We call...

(from Michelle Bowden’s workshop for MPA September 12th, 2019) We persuade and influence our family members, friends, clients, colleagues and managers every day of our life. Our days and filled with negotiating, finding compromise, updating, advising, selling, influencing and persuading.Most people forget that we are actually...

Many of the best presenters use the power of positive thinking before they present. They imagine themselves as successful, confident, engaging speakers and almost 'trick' themselves into believing they can do it. It's called re-framing and certainly works for some. Another aspect to positive thinking in...

Lucy is the National Education Specialist for a pharmaceutical devices company in the diabetes division.  She plans, organises and develops diabetes material for everyday use. And she also works with the launch of new products into the Australian market. What kind of presenting do you do...