Most MBA internships conclude with a presentation where you detail the results of your major summer project. A lot is riding on your performance—namely, whether or not you receive a job offer. The success of your presentation, however, does not rest solely upon your delivery. It is more accurate and beneficial to think of your performance as the earned result of completing the deliberate three-part process of planning, practicing, and presenting.
While you will deliver your final internship presentation individually, you will often present as part of a team throughout your career. This technical note is a guide for team presenting. Each element of the three-part process—planning, practicing, and presenting—can be applied to individual and team presentations. The final section includes guidelines for virtual presentations.