Web 2.0. Visual imagery. Story-telling. Message branding. Mastering the art of presentation is very tough and the new concept of story-telling is fast becoming pervasive within the speaker community. How often do you remember a story? Most of the time I would guess. Stats and figures are often lost in translation or rather memory, but a story or an image has the power to bring to life your message.
- Paper and Pen are always a great beginning
- Storyboard your thoughts
- Use visual impact for your slides
- The images should support your message
- The message must be clear
- Less is often more
- Practice, practice, practice
- Understand your audience
The examples in this book serve to illustrate styles of presentation creation & development. In addition, the way the book is laid out is an art form itself. This book should be on everyone's shelf, but especially those who give presentations regularly – potential roadblock – the culture may need re-shaping.
Food for Thought: Is the culture ready for a new presentation style? Do corporate templates support information or impact?
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