Do this, not that: Conversational presenting tips with presentation expert Russell Williams
November 14, 2018 at 9 a.m. PST/ 12 p.m. EST/ 5 p.m. GMT

Any time we present, we want our audience to feel engaged. We want them to listen, enjoy, and ideally, walk away with something. The great news? We can drive engagement levels through the roof with conversational presenting — a technique that allows our audience to take the wheel and focus on what interests them most about our content.

On Wednesday November 14th, join us for a live session with Prezi expert Russell A. Williams. You’ll get a straightforward lesson on the dos and do-nots of delivering conversational presentations. You’ll learn:

  • How to create presentations that are adaptable but clear
  • How to “read the room” to better understand your audience, allow them to focus on the parts of your presentation they care about, and still drive how the story unfolds
  • Why this nonlinear, two-way dialogue approach to presenting is so valuable, and how you can adapt your current methods to make it work for you

Plus, Russell will briefly demonstrate how he approaches creating conversational presentations with Prezi.

The webinar starts at 9:00 a.m. PST/ 12:00 p.m. EST/ 5:00 p.m. GMT, so register now!

Featured Speaker

Russell Anderson-Williams

Russell Anderson-Williams is an official independent Prezi expert, author, trainer, and presentation designer from the UK. He works internationally with organizations and presenters looking to improve audience engagement and tell more memorable stories. His company The Prezenter ( has won awards for presentation design, and they have also trained more than 3000 presenters from over 20 different countries.

He is also the founder of two presentation design agencies, The Prezenter, Ltd., which works with large corporations, and Onside Presentations, whose primary focus is to help sports professionals present and communicate better. To find out more about Russell’s speaker services, visit He focuses on nurturing creativity in business, how to present information and ditch bullet points, and also how to use a simple formula to build and deliver winning presentations.