Annual meeting and slideumentation v1

26,895 views
25,696 views

Published on

Many companies during their annual meetings require their speakers to follow presentation guidelines supposed to be submitted in advance, that will be both displayed and printed as handouts. These presentations are supposed to serve both as projected visuals and as stand-alone document… do actually nothing properly! How would it be possible to do efficient presentations and efficient handouts ?

Published in: Technology, Business
17 Comments
60 Likes
Statistics
Notes
No Downloads
Views
Total views
26,895
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1,663
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1,282
Comments
17
Likes
60
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • FR : On va de même préférer le format portrait 2 colonnes pour rendre la lecture encore plus facile ! EN :
  • FR : Portrait ou paysage, contrairement aux présentations de vente, les illustrations dans vos propositions écrites ne doivent pas être pleine page : c’est un document à lire, pas un livre d’image pour enfants. Si vous adoptez le mode paysage vous ne céderez pas à la tentation de remplir les espaces vides ! EN :
  • FR : De sorte à obtenir un document cohérent. EN :
  • Annual meeting and slideumentation v1

    1. slideumentation How do companies’ annual meetings their audience with kill
    2. Many companies during their annual meetings…
    3.  uniform PowerPoint guidelines  supposed to be submitted in advance…  … far in advance of the meeting.  with useless and boring bullet points  ugly layout  based on the worst of PowerPoint (or Keynote)  with sub-bullet points to make it clear  and fonts so small that no one can read  with 200 words per slide (*) Require their speakers to follow PowerPoint guidelines (*)only 68 in this one ! © restricted, Date, topic, slide #, location, and don’t forget ugly background Don’t forget : Logo is mandatory on every slide !
    4. © restricted, Date, topic, slide #, location, and don’t forget ugly background  uniform PowerPoint guidelines  supposed to be submitted in advance…  … far in advance of the meeting.  with useless and boring bullet points  ugly layout  based on the worst of PowerPoint (or Keynote)  with sub-bullet points to make it clear  and fonts so small that no one can read  with 200 words per slide (*) (*)”only” 68 in this one ! Require their speakers to follow PowerPoint guidelines Don’t forget : Logo is mandatory on every slide !
    5. printed in a large meeting binder these "standardised PowerPoints“ will be
    6. meeting DVDfor attendees or will be included in the to take home.
    7. DVDs that the audience will read ! never – ever - ever
    8. speaker into a catch-22This forces the situation
    9. Should the presenter design visualsthat clearly support his live talk ….
    10. Are more like a document to be read …. or should he create slides that later?"
    11. poor supporting visuals Most presenters compromise and shoot for the middle, resulting in for the live talk
    12. and a series of document-like slides filled with text, bullet points and other data that do not read well.
    13. use as a Slides that most speakers teleprompter
    14. Speakers tend to put every word they are going to say on their PowerPoint slides. Although this eliminates the need to memorize their talk, ultimately this makes their slides crowded, wordy, and boring. They lose their audience's attention before they even reach the bottom of their first slide. their presentations boring making
    15. …generating “Deathby PowerPoint”
    16. Orientation : Font size : Text : as as possible Max nb. of words / slide : Text structure : bullet points Visual : based on Software : , Keynotes Same !Can’t be the
    17. tools… … actually do properly!
    18. these documents supposed to serve both Garr Reynolds, calls as projected visuals and as stand-alone handouts
    19. 1rst key point  speakers tend to put every word they are going to say on their PowerPoint slides.  Although this  eliminates the need to memorize their talk,  ultimately this makes their slides  crowded, wordy, and boring.  They looe their audience's attention before they even reach the bottom of their first slide. 2nd key point uniform PowerPoint guidelines supposed to be submitted in advance… … far in advance of the meeting. with useless and boring bullet points Ugly layout  based on the worst of PowerPoint (or Keynotes) With sub-bullet points to make it clear And fonts so small that no one can read With 200 words per slide (*) © restricted, Date, topic, slide #, location, speaker Slideument makes bad visual slides
    20. bad Key points Big typeface size as if it were a book for kids. In this case : an ugly book for kids. Too many pages because of big typeface size Tiring to read because of landscape orientation : written documents made to be read as newspaper are based on a portait format, with tight columns, so that your eyes don’t need to go from the very left hand side of each page towards its very right hand side © restricted, Date, topic, slide #, location, speaker Slideument documentation. makes
    21. No one likes Slideument It isn't effective, it isn't efficient, and it isn't pretty.
    22. Speakers should Either your audience reads… respect the way the brain works
    23. … or your audience hears you Speakers should respect the way brain works
    24. Don’t make do bothyour audience … or your audience hears you Either your audience reads…
    25. PowerPoint and Keynote are tools for displaying visual information that engage your audience
    26. your audience’s sight catch that
    27. increase your impact that
    28. that increaseyour impact Yes,
    29. that illuminate your words
    30. that inspireyour audience
    31. ecstatic That make your audience
    32. excited That make your audience
    33. amazed That make your audience
    34. But : PowerPoint and Keynote are tools not good making for writtendocuments
    35. tools processors making for written documents Speakers should use
    36. reflects flawed beliefs : "bad PowerPoints“
    37. When we that get back home from the meeting, who can believe we are going…
    38. full Key points Big typeface size as if it were a book for kids. In this case : an ugly book for kids. Too many pages because of big typeface size Tiring to read because of landscape orientation : written documents made to be read as newspaper are based on a portait format, with tight columns, so that your eyes don’t need to go from the very left hand side of each page towards its very right hand side © restricted, Date, topic, slide #, location, speaker to attempt to of PowerPoint read pages Slides ?!
    39. document Companies should request that speakers instead send a readable written
    40. depth A written document that covers the main points of their presentation with detail appropriate and
    41. document WORD or PDF that is writtenin a readable fashion to even more detail. with links and a bibliography
    42. document WORD or PDF that is writtenin a readable fashion to even more detail. with links and a bibliography
    43. With consistent
    44. effective would be far more
    45. is always effective Using the right tool to do the right task far more
    46. Presentation Notes an ideal World an ideal Word an idealSlideshow
    47. Acknowledgments I'd like to thank Garr Reynolds. Thanks for feed-back, thanks for allowing me to use his word “slideument”. He did nothing directly and didn’t help… however this slideshow would not have been possible before 2005, before discovering Garr Reynolds’s website and publications. It’s a long journey to get the best of Garr Reynolds’s provocative mix of illumination inspiration, education, and guidance. It may change much more than presentations : it may change the speaker himself, it changed myself. Thanks for this, Garr. Jean-François MESSIER Photo Credit iStockphoto.com
    48. After 15 years in B2B sales, Jean-François joined Mercuri International in 1996. Mercuri is the leading training and consultancy firm in sales efficiency. • During 20 years, Jean-François has trained more than 7000 sales people and managers in sales and sales management. • As worldwide new technologies manager, he has traveled around 25 countries for 8 years, to implement what technology can bring in terms of commercial development. • He worked with more than 500 companies of all sizes in developing their results: the biggest are part of the CAC 40 ( 40 most significant values among the 100 highest market caps on the Euronext Paris), the smallest have less than 20 employees. Today President of Cloud Business School, training and consultancy firm, he shares his methods and experience. 10 000 to conferences attendees 7 000 Trainees: reps, sales managers & CEO 500 Companies trained (*) 120 000 Unique visitors on Blogs / year 100 000Views on Slideshare 11 000Followers onTwitter 2 500 Followers on Linkedin 95/100 SSI Linkedin (Social Sales Index) 22 countries (*) …in Jean-François Messier is proud to be salesman for 30 years. Consultant, speaker, author and co-author of several training programs: Effective Sales Presentations, B2B social selling, Manager 3.0, Sales reps 3.0, as well as « Executive Sales Director – ESCP Europe» co-author and facilitator. Didyoulikethispresentation? Thanks for sharing: Doyouwanttoseemore? Thanks for following me: Doyouwanttolearnmoreabout PowerPoint,Keynote,Preziandstorytelling? I share many methods ans tips for free here: http://presentations-de-vente.com Doyouwanttoattendatraining? Please contact Cloud Business School http://www.cloud-business-school.com/

    ×