There are thousands of books on presentations and public speaking, so the below isn’t new rocket science. However, after frequently attending online and offline presentations and giving them too, it is clear that not everyone follows the below presentation structure. There are many additional facets to giving a good presentation. However, if the below recommendations are followed it becomes much easier to create and deliver the presentation, and for the audience to consume it.
Admittedly, webinars tend to be easier then presenting live, because the presenter can’t be seen. This visual amenity allows presenters to have more notes, queues and cheats present. However, too many can cause a presenter to get lost in their own notes. So, don’t forget to tell them what you’re going to tell them, tell them, and tell them what you told them.