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Five presentation pitfalls to avoid

Stephen Chambers

Nobody enjoys sitting through a dull and unproductive presentation or meeting, but many of us are guilty of repeatedly offering exactly that experience, writes Matt Abrahams for Stanford Business Journal.

The good news is that the mistakes we habitually make are fixable; we can all learn to be better at communicating if we look honestly at where we are going wrong and take steps to combat it.

Abrahams has five key tips to help you avoid common errors when you address a gathering and really want people to engage:

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Source Article: Five Common Communication Mistakes (And How To Fix Them)
Author(s): Matt Abrahams
Publisher: Stanford Business