To give a good presentation, figure out why you might be wrong

09/18/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

The key to great presentations is finding ways to overcome confirmation bias and master the arguments against the point of view you're trying to express, writes Stephanie Scotti. That deeper understanding will help you address your audience's doubts. "The bottom line is, if you haven't encountered the opposition in your topic, you haven't looked hard enough," Scotti writes.

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