I have often riffed on subjects raised by Andy Goodman and suggested participating in the survey and signing up for his newsletter. Andy has asked me to spread the word about the free copies of his new book for nonprofits. So I am always glad to help. It is really good stuff.
Link: Welcome to agoodmanonline.
Would you like to deliver more engaging, informative, and persuasive presentations? Do you supervise colleagues who must give presentations on a regular basis? If you have wasted enough time with bad presentations – on either side of the podium – there is a new book which you can order online today, and it’s free to full-time employees at nonprofits, foundations, government agencies, and educational institutions.
Based on unprecedented research across the public interest sector, and incorporating the advice of twenty highly regarded public speaking experts, Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes, can help you avoid the most commonly made mistakes (“The Fatal Five”), structure your information in ways that help audiences absorb it, use PowerPoint more effectively, and deliver your talks with greater confidence.
Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes was written by Andy Goodman and was designed and published by Cause Communications (the same team that created Why Bad Ads Happen to Good Causes.)
If you participated in the survey, or if you are a full-time employee at a nonprofit, foundation, government agency or educational institution, you can request one complimentary copy while supplies last. To place your order, please fill out the section below.
Note: Complimentary copies cannot be shipped to a home address, so please supply only business addresses.