Rapid Fire

You’ve got an hour long presentation to facilitate in 24 hours. Where do you start?

Stop, breathe, and answer these rapid fire questions.

Who’s going to be in the room? What do they need to hear? What’s worked before? What doesn’t? Why should they listen to your presentation?

What’s the desired outcome? What do you want them to know or do? What are 3-5 presentation objectives?

What information can you gather that supports your objectives? What activities can you use to create engagement and interactivity?

Chances are you’ve done this before and well. That’s probably the reason you were asked in the first place. Even if this is your first time creating a presentation under short notice, these questions are a great place to start. Either way, you’ve got this!

Published by Terrence Shelton

I am a lifelong learner, husband, and father of three. I am also the VP of Learning and Development at Golden 1 Credit Union where I’ve worked for more than 20 years. I have over 10 years as a learning professional. I have a Bachelor’s in Organizational Communication from CSU-Sacramento. My personal values are respect, integrity, positivity, and creating opportunity for myself and all others. This blog allows me to live in those values as I aim to create an opportunity for learning, discussion, and growth for anyone who engages with this site.

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