The much-maligned PowerPoint is not dead. Whether delivered in PowerPoint, on a PC, or Keynote, on a Mac, bad slides, delivered badly will make your audience regret their second serving at the buffet. We’ve all suffered through horrible slide shows with long lists of unreadable bullets, pixelated clip art delivered by a speaker who constantly turns away from the audience so they can read from the screen.
Well-designed slides, used sparingly and with good timing can be brilliant. Heck, they can even make an otherwise good presentation awesome. Still, it can be challenging and intimidating to create a PowerPoint presentation that is informative, effective, and attractive. In this course, you will learn easy to use, impossible to forget tools and practices to create and deliver presentations that will connect, compel and convince.
Major topics covered:
- How to create content that will get the audience's attention and keep it
- How to structure and make visual that content
- How to prepare to deliver your presentation
- What matters in a presentation and what doesn't when it comes to NAILING IT.