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The most important elements of successful presentations, training sessions and meetings are straightforward to name, but not always quite so easy to implement. It’s essential for the presenter to ...

The most important elements of successful presentations, training sessions and meetings are straightforward to name, but not always quite so easy to implement. It’s essential for the presenter to capture and maintain the attention of the audience, to present effectively, create interest, encourage excitement and to captivate the participants.

In this presentation we will explore how you can increase understanding and retention in a presentation. You will receive background information based on scientific research, about improving communication techniques and about the workings of the brain. You will also see examples of best practices, effective communication, and presentation designs, all of which contribute to the creation of long-lasting impressions. And of course, we will demonstrate how a Visualizer can really assist in achieving these goals.

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    Getting the message across by Thomas Zangerle/WolfVision Getting the message across by Thomas Zangerle/WolfVision Presentation Transcript

    • Getting the message acrossby Thomas Zangerle
    • Agenda
      • Powerpoint – thedominatingpresentationtool
      • I will showyousomefancyfacts&figures
      • We‘llexplore a prettygoodexampleofbestpractice
      • Afterwardswegonna find out howthebrainworksandwhatkindof changescouldhave a dramaticimpacttoyourpresentation
      • You‘rereadingthisrightnow, aren‘tyou?
      • Pleasestopreadingand listen tome!
      • Come on, I saidyoushouldstopreading....
    • A vicious circle
    • Using a Visualiser can increase
      the impact of YOUR presentation and
      improve the understanding and
      retention of YOUR audience!
    • The Challenge
      The Experiences
      The Visualizer
      1
      2
      3
    • The Challenge
      The Experiences
      The Visualizer
      1
      2
      3
    • Did you know...
      Maybe it‘s time to start thinking beyond PPT?
    • How to give a lousy presentation
      Ratherattractthandistractyouraudience!
    • Did you know...
      inspiring
      okay
      3%
      13%
      40%
      drowsy
      44%
      boring
    • Did you know...
      drowsy
      boring
      ... that 84% of presentations can cause pain?
    • So what is...
    • ...the difference?
    • The Challenge
      The Experiences
      The Visualizer
      1
      2
      3
    • Change media
      maintains
      interest
      resets
      attention
    • Did you know...
      Words
      7%
      55%
      Physiology
      38%
      Tonality
      ... that most of our communication is non-verbal?
    • Are you a...
    • Did you know...
      10%
      Oral
      35%
      Visual
      65%
      Oral + Visual
      ... the human brain is incredible at remembering pictures?
    • How do we convince people?
      “The essential difference
      between emotion and reason
      isthatemotionleadstoaction
      andreasonleadstoconclusions“
      Donald B. Calne, Neurologist
    • Create emotions
      language
      visual
      logic
      creative
      analytic
      emotions
    • Create emotions
    • Don‘t overload the audience
    • Don‘t overload the audience
      visual
      cortex
      auditory
      cortex
    • Don‘t overload the audience
      overloaded
      bored
    • Visuals instead of text
      Your brain hits
      and quickly turns
      because...
    • KGBJPNBMWHDMI
      A little exercise...
      KGBJPNBMWHDMI
      Now write the letters
      down as they appeared!
    • A little exercise...
      KGB JPN BMW HDMI
    • Seeing is believing
    • A pictureisworth...
      An enigmatic woman is sitting upright, with her arms folded, in what appears to be an open loggia with dark pillar bases on either side. Behind her a vast landscape recedes to icy mountains. Winding paths and a distant bridge give only the slightest indications of human presence. The sensuous curves of the woman's hair and clothing, are echoed in the undulating imaginary valleys and rivers behind her. The blurred outlines, graceful figure, dramatic contrasts of light and dark, and overall feeling of calm are characteristic of Leonardo's style. The image is so widely recognized, that it is considered the most famous painting in the world.Source: Wikipedia
      An enigmatic woman is sitting upright, with her arms folded, in what appears to be an open loggia with dark pillar bases on either side. Behind her a vast landscape recedes to icy mountains. Winding paths and a distant bridge give only the slightest indications of human presence. The sensuous curves of the woman's hair and clothing, are echoed in the undulating imaginary valleys and rivers behind her. The blurred outlines, graceful figure, dramatic contrasts of light and dark, and overall feeling of calm are characteristic of Leonardo's style. The image is so widely recognized, that it is considered the most famous painting in the world. Source: Wikipedia
    • ...a thousandwords
    • Avoid distractions
    • Avoid distractions
    • The Challenge
      The Experiences
      The Visualizer
      1
      2
      3
    • Common presentation aids?
    • The most flexible presentation aid today
    • References
    • References
      We already provided solutions for...
      AMX
      Google
      Microsoft
      Porsche
      Procter&Gamble
      Harper College Chicago
      Volkswagen
      A.P. Moeller Maersk
      Nike
      Polycom
      Gulf University Kuwait
      California State University
      Ferrero
      Volvo Trucks
      National Portrait Gallery London
      Audi
      Danske Bank
      ESA
      MTV
      Rockwool
      Keppler University Linz
      Crestron
      Extron
      OMV
      Harvard Business School
      University of Zurich
      K-Swiss
      Mercedes-Benz
      T-Online
      University of Warsaw
      Tandberg
      Deutsche Bank
      Exxon
      University of Maastricht
      University of Helsinki
      Lockheed
      Nestle
      Cisco
      Lukoil
      Hewlett Packard
      Lifesize
      LEGO
      ...more to discover at www.wolfvision.com
    • Using a Visualiser can increase
      the impact of YOUR presentation and
      improve the understanding and
      retention of YOUR audience!
    • And this leads to...
      Wow*
      *outstanding presentations
    • Visit our blog
      itsallaboutthepresentation.net
      More Power, more Point!