Follow these rules to be utterly awful
1.Don’t think about your audience. Don’t consider what they would like to hear or what would be helpful to them. Stick with a standard, ‘every-one-does-it-this-way’ approach.
2. Use lots of acronyms that your audience won’t understand. Rush through unfamiliar words and ideas. Don’t repeat important information.
3. Provide no context for numbers or reports. Make sure your audience has no idea, via your tone or word choice, whether the information you are giving them is good news or bad news.
3. Slump, shuffle, and shove your hands in your pockets. Ignore the fact that non-verbal communication is part of your presentation. And for goodness sake, don’t smile.