John Strand //
Ok, that was a bit of a dramatic title.
But, it works.
In this Black Hills Information Security (BHIS) webcast, John covers the tips and tricks on how to effectively present technical topics to large and small groups.
This presentation includes, but is not limited to: crotch sniffing dogs, heart attacks, how to effectively deal with chafing, don’t drink the water, choosing the right shoes, presenting to management, seriously, chafing is a problem, chickens, getting over impostor syndrome, becoming a PowerPoint ninja, every piece of presenting advice you have ever heard is wrong, using your podium as a weapon, shutting down trolls and tips for presenting in the dark, with no heat/AC and very little water… to over 100 people, and keeping them all happy.
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Slides for this webcast can be found here: https://www.blackhillsinfosec.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/SLIDES_HowToPresent.pdf
00:00:00 – PreShow Banter™ — War Stories
00:12:33 – PreShow Banter™ — WWHF 09-2020 Preview
00:15:52 – FEATURE PRESENTATION: How To Present
00:26:25 – Lessons!
00:43:42 – Don’t Drink the Water
00:46:34 – Imposter
00:59:02 – Keynote Presentations
01:07:30 – Projections
01:17:32 – The Boss Level
01:20:15 – Conversations That Matter
01:26:54 – End of Show Questions
Referenced Ted X Talk: https://youtu.be/8S0FDjFBj8o
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