Not all presentations are created equal. If you want yours to make an impression, give your audience something to take away.
A good handout answers three questions: what, how and why. Think of it as an attendee cheat-sheet; your guests will stay engaged knowing that their notes are already taken care of.
Taking advantage of binders full of helpful documents helps keep presentation handouts organized. Separate different handouts with tabs, or load up on a large number of handouts for a big audience.
For more tips on improving the effectiveness of your presentations, check out the University of Kent’s Tips on Presentations.