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p2i Tools & Guidelines

Checklists & Worksheets

Download and use these free tools and resources to strengthen and enhance your Message, Design, and Delivery and improve your presentations. Have an idea for a tool or resource or want to contribute a tool or resource to the p2i toolbox? Email Sheila B. Robinson.

Session Chairs Checklist

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Guidelines for Posters

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Ignite Presentation Planning

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Presentation Assessment Rubric

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Presentation Preparation Checklist

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Message

Dynamic Dozen Message

by

Anjanette Raber

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Messaging Model Handout

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Messaging Demo Slides

by

Stephanie Evergreen

Download the PPT

Design

Design Demo Slides

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Slide Design Guidelines

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Dynamic Dozen Design

by

Anjanette Raber

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 How to Design a Research Poster

                           by

             Stephanie Evergreen

Delivery

Delivery Glue Slides

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Delivery Glue Handout

by

Stephanie Evergreen

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Dynamic Dozen Delivery

by

Anjanette Raber

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Rundown Example

by

Kathy McKnight

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Successful Presentations

by

Priya Small

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Rundown Template

by

Kathy McKnight

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The Audience Engagement Strategy Book

Calling all presenters! Whether you’re sharing research, hosting a workshop, facilitating a think tank, or giving a keynote, you want your audience hanging on your every word. In a previous webinar, Sheila B Robinson introduced The Audience Engagement Strategy Book, the latest in the family of Potent Presentation (p2i) tools, featuring more than 20 strategies for encouraging and supporting your audience to pay attention, and to intellectually engage with you, your material, and each other. In this second webinar on the topic, Sheila will go beyond the book to introduce even more interactive strategies appropriate for a variety of presentations.

Now is the time for you to be fine-tuning your presentation and honing your delivery so that your audience is engaged with you. For inspiration, check out the Audience Engagement Strategy Book. It has more than 20 ways for you to connect with your audience and keep them involved in your presentation.

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 by

Sheila Robinson

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Questions?

Email Sheila Robinson with any questions or comments you may have.