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  • Need: Arrow, 3 pictures. Talk about how conventional techniques are outdated. What will we unlearn today?
  • Question- When should you use these templates? Answer: When you want to make someone go blind
  • The first on is the simplest but oldest one needs a good background picture and nice looking placeholders. But this is an ugly version
  • You can make your pictures relevant and interesting. Some pictures are noisy- they have a lot going on in the background…these should be avoided- but if needed, you can change the transparency of the placeholders
  • You can play with the brightness and contrast for different slide layouts
  • This is when you like a lot of white space, or if you think your audience might not be too comfortable with background pictures
  • The easiest way is to make sure you pick pictures with a white background…otherwise the outlines of the pictures will show…you can use the picture as a border in all slides
  • Or use icon pictures on every slide…you can also alternate it by using a border for title slides and picture icons on normal layout slides
  • This is the most time efficient design because you can use the same design over and over again…its not specific to one theme
  • Now that we know how to create our own slide design, apply this knowledge
  • Everyone makes three presentation files. Shows everyone. Everyone votes for one person other than himself. Title slide and body slide
  • Let’s open a presentation- Using Master Slide > Design to Theme Create a slide theme for title slide and content slide
  • Colours have so much importance in our life
  • Same goes for slides…shouldn’t over do it
  • Or make them really boring
  • You should use these for title slides or ones that aim to shock
  • Use these for general body text
  • Example of good slide. Text to stand out
  • Examples of some nice themes
  • You can always use colours to create themes!
  • Other good combinations can be found on this link
  • Watch the video to see
  • After colours- fonts
  • This doesn’t mean not to use them at all…but only where appropraite and not throughout the presentation
  • Lilke everything else, your presentation also needs to have structure
  • Explain the structure in general- what could be a possible structure for disciminaiton? Use flipchart. Explain one possible structure
  • Structuring your presentation resource- mentoring document Ask them to read through it- give 5 minutes Need to identify title of presentation Identify Sections Identify appropriate ending Use the presentation in the same folder Make it in Outline view
  • Here’s an example of how you can structure the document
  • Now lets add life to the outline- how would you imagine mentoring opening slide?
  • What would you use as an opening slide?
  • Now that we know how to create our own slide design, we know how to choose colours and fonts, we know how to structure a presentation…lets apply this knowledge to give our presentation life! Make a title slide, agenda slide and closing slide using the mentoring document.
  • Example of opening slide 1
  • Example of opening slide 2
  • Example of agenda slide
  • Example of closign slide
  • Just as there is a difference between powerpoint and micrsoft, there is also a difference between a bppk page and a slide
  • Otherwise it results in what is commonly known as
  • Rule 1: Make sure there is a lot of white space on your slides
  • Rule 2: Minimize bullets
  • The three tools
  • Keeping in mind the two rules and three tools lets apply this
  • Ask to convert into a slide
  • Example post conversion
  • Sometimes a common complaint is that if I use too much white space and one point per slide- it would make my presentation very long. Its ok. The number of slides dont matter. What matters is can you manage to go through it in time. If there is one idea per slide, it will take you less time per slide rather than readign out a slide of text. People will keep interested too!
  • Example of Imagery- this is a summary of 9 key L&D activates held during the year
  • Example of charts used to lessen text
  • Example of tables but too many can kill you!
  • Tea break- anyone want to try this? Esp if someone does not know how to convert table to chart
  • Solution
  • Rate this slide animation Clean- crisp- organized How can we replicate this?
  • Need: Arrow, 3 pictures. Talk about how conventional techniques are outdated. What will we unlearn today?

PowerPoint For Those Who Dare Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Let’s Make a Slide!
  • 2. My name is Fseeha And today I am willing to unlearn to l e a rn
  • 3. Before Your Presentation After Your Presentation
  • 4. Busting Myths about PowerPoint 1. No more than 2. Clipart used 5 bullets per should not be slide distracting 3. Use one template 4. Not having a single per presentation word in your presentation is OK
  • 5. What WillWe Learn Today?
  • 6. Creating your own slide designs Four simple ways to avoid using ugly PowerPoint 2003 templatesChoosing and using fonts and colours Making sure people don’t go blind after your presentation Giving your presentation structureBegin with a bang, and make sure theyre still there when you end Giving your slides structure The difference between your slide and a page from a book Animating your presentation Keeping them interested with subtle movements
  • 7. LearningObjective 1 Slide Design
  • 8. Creating Your Own Slide Design 1. Placeholders on background picture 2. Pictures on slide borders and corners 3. Animated Auto shapes 4. Thematic picture design
  • 9. Slide Design Type OnePlaceholder on Background Picture
  • 10. Going GreenPictures don’t have to be boringYou can have thematic pictures You can play with thetransparency of the placeholder
  • 11. Going Green You can change the brightness,contrast and colour of the picture for slides
  • 12. Going GreenYou can use the washout effect for section separator layout
  • 13. Going GreenAnd the gray scale effect for thenormal slide layout
  • 14. A Great Example of a Picture for?StrategyRoadmapsPlanningForecasts
  • 15. Slide Design Type TwoPictures on slide borders/ corners
  • 16. Going GreenYou can use a white background picture as a border
  • 17. Going GreenOr a white background picture in the corner of every slide
  • 18. A Great Example of a Picturefor?StrategyRoadmapsPlanning
  • 19. Slide Design Type ThreeAnimated Auto shapes
  • 20. This is a simpletemplate• You can use this for a lot of your presentations• To add variation, use different colours…like…
  • 21. Going GreenA simple clean slide
  • 22. Retro Theme Tree frog Theme Slide Design Type Four Thematic Picture Design Open thematic picture design resources! Example One: Caffeinated Water Marketing Plan Example Three: Learning and Development Communication
  • 23. Let’s APPLY!LO1: Slide design Open designing slides resources!
  • 24. Theme: DiversityCreate a presentation theme* using: 1. Placeholders on Picture technique 2. Pictures on slide borders and corners technique 3. Animated Auto shapes technique * Title Slide and Normal Slide
  • 25. Diversity• Diversity is great• We should all embrace diversity• Diversity breeds creativity
  • 26. DiversityDiversity is greatDiversity breeds creativityWe should all embrace diversity
  • 27. Diversity
  • 28. Diversity• Diversity is great• We should all embrace diversity• Diversity breeds creativity
  • 29. Diversity• Diversity is great• We should all embrace diversity• Diversity breeds creativity
  • 30. Coffee and Tea Break
  • 31. How to convert a slide design into a presentation theme? Have no fear, Master Slide is here! Open Using Master Slide resources!
  • 32. LearningObjective 2Fonts and Colours
  • 33. Lets talk aboutCOLOURS
  • 34. Sometimes we forgetthis when makingpresentations!Making your slideslook a bit likethis…
  • 35. …or like this• And this• And this• And this and this• And this and this• And this and this and this• And this and this and this• And this and this and this and this• And this and this and this and this and this• And this and this and this and this and this• And this and this and this and this and this and this• And this and this and this and this and this and this
  • 36. The C O L O U R Wheel?
  • 37. Role Profiles Role Profiles initially created on a recruitment needs basis Also created on performance management needs basis HR assistance and review in creating first time Role Profiles Central Role Profile database- created and shared with staffShortlisting & Interview Formats HR facilitation and counselling sessions for recruiting managers for usage of new forms Active involvement of HR in recruitment exercises during introduction phaseL&D and Performance Management L&D Portal Treasure Hunt to create awareness and encourage use of portal Series of webinars for performance management skills
  • 38. What colours to use?An extremely professional presentationA semi professional presentation
  • 39. Just A Tip! Replace Black with Grey
  • 40. What fonts to use in Presentations? Felix Titling Perpetua Impact Times New Roman Cambria Calibri Verdana Century Gothic Eras Medium Arial
  • 41. What fonts to NOT to use in Presentations? AlgeriAn Comic Sans Harrington Papyrus Brush Script Gigli Tempus Sans Jokerman Lucidia Curls MT
  • 42. LearningObjective 3Presentation Structure
  • 43. Creating theSkeletonStructure
  • 44. Beginning- Title, Introduction, Agenda, Context etc. Discrimination at the workplace Section A Causes Section filler One slide per cause Section B Implications One implication per Section filler slideEnding- Summary, Q&A Session, Action Points etc. Steps proposed to counter Discrimination at workplace
  • 45. Open structuring presentations resources!Beginning- 1 Title, Introduction, Agenda, Context etc. Step Section A Section filler Step 2 Section B Section fillerEnding- Summary, Q&A Session, Action Points, Food for Thought etc. Step 3
  • 46. Effective Mentoring What is a Mentor?Mentoring Relationships Today How does Mentoring Work? Qualities of a Good MentorWhat can a Mentor Do for You? Quote and Questions
  • 47. Giving YourStructureLIFE Imagine!
  • 48. Effective Mentoring PRESENTED BY FSEEHA
  • 49. Effective Mentoring PRESENTED BY FSEEHA
  • 50. Let’s APPLY!LO1: Slide designLO2: Choosing Colours and FontsLO3: Structuring your Presentation The skeleton AND the life! Open structuring presentations resources!
  • 51. Effective Mentoring PRESENTED BY FSEEHA
  • 52. men-tor-ship nouna definition A formal relationship between a student and a professional adult to  further the students knowledge, skills, or career
  • 53. Agenda Section One Section two Section Three Section Four Section Five Section Six
  • 54. “Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If peoplebelieve in themselves, it’s amazing what they can accomplish.”Sam Walton, Founder of Wal-Mart Stores Inc
  • 55. Lunch Break
  • 56. LearningObjective 4 Slide Structure
  • 57. Giving your SlideStructure
  • 58. text text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text text
  • 59. How?2 Rules 3 Tools
  • 60. say NO to BULLETS!
  • 61. What Tools are Available? Imagery Text Boxes Tables/ Charts (Sometimes)
  • 62. Let’s APPLY!LO4: Structuring your Slide 2 Rules and 3 Tools! Open structuring slides resources!
  • 63. Elements of a Successful Mentoring Relationship It is essential to the success of the process that the mentor and the mentee have a clear vision of what they want to accomplish together The receptiveness of the mentee is also vital Plus, the mentor and the less experienced staff need to have time to meet regularly to discuss, plan and share ideas and to observe and be observed by each other
  • 64. Mentoring Success Factors Vision Receptiveness Time
  • 65. ACT“From what I sensed at theprogram and while interactingwith participants in the focusgroup, it is quite an achievementthat the over-all culture is quite MFCopen and comfortable forindividuals across the hierarchy. Anenvironment like this is most SroMconducive to learning, if the righttools are applied.” Adeel Hasan, Navitus 360° EMSfPM TH Webinar Entries Case Study Topic Adnan Safdar International Visit Report of SMT HE Team Retention of Customer Service for Chevening IC Irfan Cheema Exams LIM Process Transformation EO&D Noorullah Khan EUK Digital Marketing Campaign Sobia Raja Academic Weeks
  • 66. Grade & Function Grade Wise Distribution of FunctionsIncumbents 100% Programmes 80% MarComms IT 60% HR 40% Exams 20% EUK Directorate 0% Senior Junior Junior Staff BCIC Management Management (H,J,K) Resources (UKAS,E,F) (G) Function Wise Distribution of Grades100%80% Junior Staff (H,J,K)60% Junior Management (G)40% Senior Management (UKAS,E,F)20% 0% Resources BCIC Directorate EUK Exams HR IT M arComms Programmes
  • 67. FunctionAdmin/Finance Female 12% Male 88% Gender DistributionBCIC 75% 25%Directorate 29% 71%EUK 50% 50%Exams 21% 79% Grade Female MaleHR 100% 0% UKAS 0% 100%IT 0% 100% E 0% 100%MarComms 17% 83% F 54% 46%Programmes 41% 59% G 40% 60%Projects 0% 100% H 24% 76%Pakistan 28% 72% J 27% 73% K 0% 100% Pakistan 28% 72%Location Female MaleIslamabad 23% 77%Karachi 35% 65%Lahore 21% 79%Other 60% 40%Pakistan 28% 72%
  • 68. Tea and Coffee Break
  • 69. Comparison of Results 2011 2010Performance Management 71 66Values & Culture 70 64EO&D 66 73Your Job 78 67
  • 70. 7170696867 Performance Management66656463 2011 2010
  • 71. Results: 2011 vs. 2010 Performance Management Values & Culture 72% 70% 70% 68% FavourableFavourable Responses Responses 68% 66% 70% 71% 66% 64% 66% 64% 64% 62% 62% 60% 2010 2011 2010 2011 EO&D Your Job 74% 80% 72% 75%Favourable Favourable Responses Responses 70% 73% 68% 70% 78% 66% 67% 66% 65% 64% 62% 60% 2010 2011 2010 2011
  • 72. LearningObjective 5 Animations
  • 73. Out Out Out!!! In In In!!!
  • 74. Open animating slides resources!Human Resource Pakistan in PakistanA Presentation toPippa Greenslade Director, Global HR
  • 75. Human Resource23 Pakistan in Pakistan Group “in Pakistan” and hand image Create motion path 1 Add fly in effect to all threeA Presentation toPippa Greenslade Director, Global HR
  • 76. Human Resource23 Pakistan in Pakistan Group “in Pakistan” and hand image Create motion path 1 Add fly in effect to all threeA Presentation toPippa Greenslade Director, Global HR
  • 77. My name is Fseeha And today I h ave unlearnt and l earnt
  • 78. Tricks of the TradeGreat Images: Google Images> PhotographyBest and simplest animation: Fly in from all directionsMake detailed notes in the notes section to note thingsUse 24pt or bigger for font size- or hand out reading glasses in the endCompress all pictures to prevent system crashesNothing beats a good old white background
  • 79. Questions I Comments I Discussions
  • 80. Photo Credits• Jacob Bøtter via Flickr/Creative Commons http://oupeltglobalblog.com/2010/08/18/lets-start-thinking-critically/• Radwa via Photopoly http://www.photopoly.net/30-absolutely-amazing-black-and- white-wildlife-photos/• Philip Klinger via Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/dcdead/3844724619/• Musée dOrsay photos on Fotopedia http://www.fotopedia.com/albums/a0050c06- 82e9-467c-b384-4882ebc7c2fc/entries/d5a8982e-ae75-4a76-9ff4-3758a0650e51• Victorinox champ swiss army knife via http://www.rei.com/product/403141/victorinox- champ-swiss-army-knife• Jwmarohi via Photobucket http://photobucket.com/images/woman%20screaming/• The Helping Hand by Awkright via Deviant Art http://akwright.deviantart.com/art/The- quot-Helping-quot-Hand-174127038• Telemachus and Mentor Public Domain. Courtesy of Wikipedia http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/odyssey1/ss/062508POdyssey.htm• Funny Skeleton via http://www.windows-7-wallpapers.org/Funny/Funny-Skeleton• Fantasy by Gary Kapluggin via Digital Art Gallery http://digital-art- gallery.com/photo/2942• Wet cat Via PhotoBucket http://photobucket.com/images/wet%20cat/?page=3• Pakistani Truck Art via http://pakistanitruckart.blogspot.com/• Do it Yourself Woman by Walter Blum via Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/nationaalarchief/3333357969/