Why are most presentations so boring and ineffective? And why are TED talks the exceptions that prove the rule? Over the last ten years, as a specialist in high-impact presentations, Phil Waknell has saved thousands of audiences from a painful death by boredom or bullet-points. In this short and entertaining talk, he distills all this experience into the three magic ingredients of successful presentations, and shares a simple but powerful technique to understand your real objectives, work out what to say to achieve them, and formulate those ideas into a compelling narrative. No magic wand required! After watching this talk, you'll never think of presentations the same way again... Phil Waknell is a leading expert in the art of presenting, and the author of The Business Presentation Revolution. As Chief Inspiration Officer at Ideas on Stage, the global presentation specialists, Phil helps business leaders, entrepreneurs and TED(x) speakers to imagine, prepare and deliver high-impact talks that transform their audiences. Phil has taught business communication at HEC Paris Executive Education since 2010, and has coached TEDxSaclay speakers since the very first edition. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍🤍ted.com/tedx
Thank you, Phil Waknell, for the new perspective.
I loved the more holistic approach introduced here, as it takes into account what the audience may want in tandem with what the speaker wishes to convey.
Good luck with the spreading of good presenting. Cheers! :-)
"Focus not on informing but in transforming your audience." - I really appreciate for the great TIPS!!!
This is so apt. I am transformed
Love it! Excited to see if it works :D
Great presentation. I shared this with so many friends. Love from Indonesia
This video is a bit long to show to teenagers, but the ideas inside of it are SUPER potent. The ATR is a magical tool. Thanks for sharing!
This is kinda crazy, like I genuinely enjoyed this presentation. I’ve watched a few ted talks just for the info but this one I was genuinely entertained. Well done.
Dude i felt asleep
very well presented
Haaaa" making special for audience is like of true of "making special " i.e just know audience ...haaaa in this specific topic .. i though true for satisfaction is ever day phenomenon not specific audience
this was informative but extremely boring lmfao, he is so monotone damn
Presentation is not about information, it is about transformation. This idea is essential and revolutionized the way I am preparing the presentation. Thank you very much
Phil, I'm grateful to you for your speech! I'm from Russia and have a dream to represent myself with my observations about things that make me better. One day, I'll be able to do this therefore your impact was truly enormous
tbh, I while watching this presentation.
Fantastic presentation Phil!!
I need these slides