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Training and Presentation Magazines
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Here are the responses I got to the following question:
I'm looking to subscribe to magazines addressing training and presentation skills, and seek input on what you read, don't read, and why.
-- Brian Pomeroy
Presentations magazine (lots of product reviews, but some good articles, and free to boot!)
I also have bookmarked the following sites:
-- Larry Mersereau
Two great books:
- Inspire Any Audience by Tony Jeary
- Presentations Plus by David Peoples
-- Rita Rita Risser, JD, CSP
I get Training and Development magazine and find it almost never helps.
I return again and again to Tom Antion's book, "Wake Em Up Presentations," and Lilly Walters book, What to Say When You're Dying on the Platform.
-- Jeanette S. Cates, Ph.D.
"Presentations" magazine is by far the best resource -- and it's free! Don't miss an issue.
-- Michael D. Lee, CSP
Best one for training and presentation skills is "Presentations". Next best "Training & Development." For technology trainers "Technology Training".
-- Helen Wilkie
I find "Presentations" magazine quite helpful. Heavy on "gizmology" though, so if you are interested in all the latest presentation technology this is the one you want. I'm not, but I still find useful tips. Even if you don't use all the latest stuff, it's good to know what's out there. Check out their web site.
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