One way to make sure that your team makes a coherent and winning presentation is to rehearse them using what is sometimes called a wall walk.
Team presentations are tricky things, with advantages and disadvantages.
In the plus column, team presentations can draw on the expertise of different individuals, each person speaking about what he or she knows best.
In the minus column, team presentations can be disjointed.
To make the best use of a rehearsal, of course, you need to pull your presentation together — to develop your overall strategy, your message, and your PowerPoint slides.
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Once you’ve created, edited, and revised your team presentation, you’re ready to go.