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Management chain, presentations to, 27–38
audience composition, 29, 33–34
example, 27–28
formatting your presentation, 34–37
grabbing audience interest, 29–30
key preparation questions, 29–34
keys dos and don’ts, 37–38
length of presentation, 29, 30–31, 41–42
location of presentation, 29, 33
purpose of presentation, 29–30
viewpoint presentation format, 35–37
visual support, 29, 31–33
Marine Corps example, 164–171
Master of Ceremonies (See Emcee format)
McGuirk, Jim, 165, 166, 168–173
McLaughlin, John, 116–117, 118, 119
Meeting leadership, 135–148
attendees and attendee roles, 141–142
ending on time, 146–147
ground rules, 142–144
handouts and support materials, 144–145
key dos and don’ts, 147–148
length of meeting, 143–144
logistics, 142–144
mistakes, 136–139
purpose and action of meeting, 140–141
reasons for meeting, 139–140
scheduling the meeting, 145–147
successful meeting building, 139–147
time allocation by topic, 146
(See also Action, presentation to move group to; Brief the boss; Business lunch orchestration)
Mehrabian, Albert, 16–17
Memorability of story, 47
Message visualization, 104–105
Microphones, 31–32, 40–41
Movement and loss of visual impact, 17–18

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