How to End a Presentation

How to End a Presentation

Seven Dimensions
Updated Oct 15, 2019

Course Overview

Peter Quarry tells Eve Ash a Broadway recipe for ending a presentation effectively: “start big and end strong”. Rather than lamely concluding with “any questions?”, aim for oomph, a clever call to action or try self-disclosure where you reveal something about yourself or how you feel about the topic. The main thing is to experiment and keep practicing for ultimate improvement.

Don’t let a good presentation fade away, says Peter Quarry. End with oomph, self-disclosure, a call to action.  

Learning Objectives

Peter Quarry says the end is as important as the beginning:

  • Start big and end strong
  • Use a clever call to action
  • Self-disclosure about how you feel

Interviewer: Eve Ash

Interviewee: Peter Quarry