You had to be there
My style of presentation is rather frustrating.
Not only is there a lot of dancing around, swearing and nonsense at the time.
But the slides never make any sense – they are designed for talking to not reading.
So putting them on slideshare is rather pointless since you had to be there to understand them.
Nevertheless I thought I’d upload three from this year.
They were given at an IPA conference on modern briefing where I spoke about audiences, A Thinkbox conference that challenged lazy communications thinking where I spoke about all those crimes against social media and a client awayday at the beginning of the year where I spoke about the cultural and communications themes that would dominate the year.
This is the presentation itself from the IPA’s youtube channel