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Should Evaluators Share Statistical Results During Evaluation Conferences?

Should Evaluators Share Statistical Results During Evaluation Conferences?

I’m asking evaluators and non-evaluators to think about some of the most effective conference presentations they’ve seen as part of the American Evaluation Association’s new Potent Presentations Initiative (P2i). When talking about the ingredients for great presentations, Herb Baum commented, “Do not present results unless…

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“Wait, You Forgot to Open Up Your PowerPoint!” Is Your Audience Ready for a Slide-Free Presentation?

“Wait, You Forgot to Open Up Your PowerPoint!” Is Your Audience Ready for a Slide-Free Presentation?

Last fall, I was getting ready to present at the American Evaluation Association’s conference with my friend Agata Jose-Ivanina. We were going to share Agata’s strategy for instantly creating reports by sending Excel charts directly into Word with VBA code instead of tediously copying and pasting everything. This is a…

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What’s the Magical Ingredient in Potent Presentations?

What’s the Magical Ingredient in Potent Presentations?

I’ve been talking to evaluators and non-evaluators about what makes great presentations, conference sessions, and workshops for the American Evaluation Association‘s Potent Presentations Initiative. Today’s guest blogger is my evaluation friend and Eastern Evaluation Research Society extraordinaire, Jen Hamilton. I hope you enjoy reading Jen’s…

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How Do You Know When You’ve Given a Great Presentation?

How Do You Know When You’ve Given a Great Presentation?

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about great presentations, trainings, and workshops as part of the American Evaluation Association’s Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i). Here’s something I’ve been pondering: How do you know when you’ve given a great conference presentation? My ideas so far: People walk up to…

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A Good Presenter Adds to the Presentation as Opposed to Reading What I Could Read On My Own

A Good Presenter Adds to the Presentation as Opposed to Reading What I Could Read On My Own

I’m talking with my evaluation and non-evaluation friends to learn more about great presentations as part of the American Evaluation Association’s new Potent Presentations Initiative (P2i). I asked Herb Baum to reflect upon some of the best presenters he’s seen and heard. What makes these presentations…

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