guest blog

The majority of posts on this site are authored by @ffolliet but it is humbling that friends and colleagues have chosen also to write their thoughts on changing presentation styles.

Please browse through, if you are looking for specific folk maybe they are listed below. If YOU would like to contribute, please get in touch.

Cian McDermott   Linda Dykes  Patrick Bafuma   Andrew Hu   Ken Spearpoint   Simon Saunders

Liz O’Riordan   Emma Stapleton   Alice  Nick Ferran  Kate Granger  James Moffatt  Nicole Gugger

type not font

type not font

Type not font influences the reception of a message. I’m grateful to my friend Bob Connelly for this guest post where he shares some ideas on the use of type in supportive media. Importantly this is about type, not font….
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Good analogy- guest post

good analogy

A good analogy can make or break a presentation. It’s always a pleasure to share thoughts and ideas from other presenters on the site. I was pleased to receive this guest from Simon McCormick giving some of his thoughts around…
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Guest blog- once you’ve tried p cubed, you never go back

buckminster

Once again it is a pleasure and privilege to have had submitted, without prompting, another guest blog discussing personal experience with the p cubed concept. This comes from Alistair Hellewell, a Consultant Anaesthetist with a long-standing interest in Education, High Performance…
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Guest post on vegemite and presentations

In  the next in an ever increasing group of guest posts is a piece from Cian McDermott a friend and collaborator working in Melbourne, Australia. Cian has taken up the challenge of improving his presentation and gives his view on the…
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Lessons from Linda

It  is always a pleasure having guest blog posts on the site. This is NOT all about me. I asked a colleague, Linda Dykes, who is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine & General Practitioner in Bangor, North Wales if she…
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Making p cubed stick

make it stick

It is always encouraging to hear how others have considered improving their #presentationskills and the results of their work. I’m grateful to Patrick Bafuma @EMinfocus who submitted this guest blog. It is insightful, encouraging and inspiring.     Making P3…
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A little sadness

Perhaps the saddest comment I have heard related to #presentationskills was one junior colleague saying to another; “what he suggests is interesting, but I wouldn’t do it for an important presentation.” Of course I recognise the privileged position I am…
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Guest blogpost.”Challenging the presentations status quo”

I’m conscious this blog can be very much a single opinion but I am very much encouraged by another guest post from Andrew, who came to a lecture on Thursday and made a presentation on the next day… My name…
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Presenting using the p cubed method: A lesson in educational liberation

Presenting using the P cubed method: A lesson in educational liberation http://t.co/3BHtYGkeMy via @wordpressdotcom— Ken Spearpoint (@K_G_Spearpoint) February 1, 2015 It is always lovely to hear praise and good feedback and I am especially grateful to Ken Spearpoint  @K_G_Spearpoint at The…
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Guest blog- presenting with owls, not text.

I’m very pleased to offer another guest post on the blog, this time from Dr Simon Saunders @Novomix30 on his experience of improving his presentations. “I had been following @ffolliet and his p3 blog posts for quite some time, interested in…
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