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Posted by Alec Saunders

During my time at Microsoft presentation scores were a kind of blood sport - a source of pride after a particularly good presentation, and one that conferred bragging rights. Presentations delivered at the Executive Briefing Center or other functions were graded on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best and then the grades were delivered in email. I can vividly remember Steve Linowes on the Windows 95 launch team crowing about his particularly good results after one presentation. Asking audiences to grade presentations this way is good practice. It has only one outcome, which is better presentations. Last week I gave a presentation at the OCRI Zone5ive event here in Ottawa on social media and its uses in marketing. Click here to read more of Alec's blog.

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