Explorer Bruce B. Junek has spent time recently presenting his tales of derring-do from his recent Middle-East expedition.
Accompanied by his wife, Tass Thacker, the intrepid adventurer managed to cycle throughout the Middle East…during a very turbulent time by all accounts.
His weapon of choice for the presentation task? PowerPoint.
But his PowerPoint presentation was not the sort of corporate fare that so riles an audience.
No. He rose to the occasion of course. Exactly what we’d expect from this exploring husband and wife tandem.
A combination of solid imagery, arresting pictures and stunning scenery make for a superb travelogue and an excellent powerpoint presentation.
And when the presentation comprises a series of interesting anecdotes and stories told by an engaging explorer story-teller then you have the basis for a satisfied audience.
The accompanying picture from one of Bruce’s presentations accompanied his story of how the pair hired a security man, aboard a camel, to guard their push bikes whilst they explored the Pyramids. And why not? There can’t be many railings around the Pyramids to which you can chain your bicycle.
This proved to be a worthwhile presentation and an example of good presenting practice from this exploring tandem.
The Principal Trainer at training business Time to Market. Based in Oxford, I run presentation and public speaking training courses, coaching sessions and seminars throughout the UK. Andrew Ivey on Google+
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