Even if your primary modality is presenting for in-person audiences, this will blow your mind.
I hope you are a little shocked that I'd write "biorrhea" in a blog post.
Patrick (@mentormullarkey) asks a question via Twitter:
I love visual, minimal-text, context-building, storytelling slides as much as anybody on the planet. In reality, sometimes you just have to put a pile of text on the PowerPoint slide (e.g., to teach a legal definition, to review wording of marketing copy, or...).
One part of an in-person experience is the content, to be sure.
How an audience hears, sees, and interacts with you changes in a webinar, webcast, or virtual classroom (relative to an in-person environment), and two separate 1080 Group studies have found that how you use your voice is more important to virtual audiences.
A question from Nareej...
UPDATE: The special event has passed, but the free version of the Core Values Index is still available to you here.