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The first five slides 1 2 3 4 5 Martin Pastoors Wageningen UR Centre for Marine Policy Presented at ICES Annual Science Co...
 
We are both the senders  and the receivers
We often get overwhelmed  with information
And you really want to get  your main message across
Focus on the first five slides to make an impact 1 2 3 4 5
Slide 1: Setting “ Where am I and when is it?”
Slide 2: Role “ Who am I here in this setting?” (asks the audience)
Slide 3: Point A “ What challenge  do I face?”
Slide 4: Point B “ Where do I  want to be?”
Slide 5: Call to action “ How will I get  from A to B”
Avoid information overload
What do you want  the audience to remember?
Focus on the first five slides  to make an impact 1  2  3  4  5
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  1. 1. The first five slides 1 2 3 4 5 Martin Pastoors Wageningen UR Centre for Marine Policy Presented at ICES Annual Science Conference 2009, Session S Inspired by Cliff Atkinson, www.sociablemedia.com
  2. 3. We are both the senders and the receivers
  3. 4. We often get overwhelmed with information
  4. 5. And you really want to get your main message across
  5. 6. Focus on the first five slides to make an impact 1 2 3 4 5
  6. 7. Slide 1: Setting “ Where am I and when is it?”
  7. 8. Slide 2: Role “ Who am I here in this setting?” (asks the audience)
  8. 9. Slide 3: Point A “ What challenge do I face?”
  9. 10. Slide 4: Point B “ Where do I want to be?”
  10. 11. Slide 5: Call to action “ How will I get from A to B”
  11. 12. Avoid information overload
  12. 13. What do you want the audience to remember?
  13. 14. Focus on the first five slides to make an impact 1 2 3 4 5
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