A-Z for the Audience 3.1
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for the Audience" T-book will show you techniques and tips for capturing your audience’s attention,
increasing their retention of your material, and converting a higher percentage of them into clients.
The audience is a vital part of the
presentation triangle. If your audience does not understand your presentation, then gaining them as patients will be more difficult.
The "A-Z for the Audience" T-book will teach you quickly and easily to address your audience’s needs
and deliver the best presentations possible. These techniques are useful for designing, creating, and delivering all types of
presentations to professional colleagues, your community, and prospective patients.
The audience judges successful presentations based on the connection
between three things: the presenter, the presentation and the audience. If a piece of this presentation triangle is not effective,
then the audience will not retain or understand the information. The Orthopaedic Seminar Institute's three-part series on
presentations offers presenters suggestions for creating great presentations. Each book focuses on one corner of the presentation triangle and
teaches the presenter how to communicate effectively within that particular area.
Our T-books compress the benefits of reading over 100 books on designing and delivering presentations at once time. They provide
the information in a compact electronic format. The Orthopaedic Seminar Institute's T-books use the A-Z Texting system to condense
a significant amount of information into an electronic book that is both immediately available to you and easy to read. A-Z Texting
is a new method of communication which allows the reader to grasp and retain information quickly and effectively. For more
information on A-Z Texting, please see the link on the home page.
All Orthopaedic Seminar Institute T-books and PowerPoint presentations are labeled with their edition number. When you purchase one of
these products, you will automatically receive free upgrades for the series. For example, if you own a T-book that is labeled 3.1,
you will be able to upgrade to 3.2, 3.3, etc. Once a series has expired, the product can no longer be upgraded; a 3 series
book, for instance, cannot be upgraded to a 4 series book free of charge.