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Redux at Center for Civil Society (www.ccsindia.org) Redux at Center for Civil Society (www.ccsindia.org) Presentation Transcript

  • Presentation Re u d x Mohit Chhabra Business Head Skillment Edu
  • r no on teG ood Af nk You&Th a
  • Who am I?
  • GAPUniversity Industry
  • Hundreds ofproductive man hours
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  • Death byPowerPoint
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  • 15 How much time did you spend learningminutes PowerPoint?
  • 115 How much time did you spend learningminutes PowerPoint? Source: betterpresenting.com
  • 1 How much time did you spend learninghour PowerPoint? Source: betterpresenting.com
  • Were you a good communicator? Yes I was 86 p er ce n t 83 pe r ce n t
  • Were you a good communicator?Was he a good communicator? 83 pe r ce n t NO
  • I hope our wisdom will grow withtour poin power.Thomas Jefferson 1743 - 1826
  • Switch meOFF!
  • Why are we here?
  • Why are we here?What can be changed?
  • Why are we here?What can be changed?How?
  • Legibility ≠3 Communication.reasons
  • 3reasons Bad Examples.
  • 343 slides
  • 3reasons Bad Advice.
  • Words 7%Body ToneLanguage55% 38%
  • 7×7
  • The Title is Important• This is the most important point here• This is the also an important point• This point is as important as above• This is not as important as above• The importance is now declining quite fast• I can’t write any more important statements• My god, is importance really this important
  • Junk old learnings
  • Let go
  • ConceptualAge
  • Logic + EmotionsImage: www.wired.com
  • 6Symphony Meaning Design Empathy Story Play
  • Design
  • Story
  • Storyaka Preparation
  • No new stories
  • Just ‘Retold’
  • The shortest distance between two people is a story!!
  • A Good Presentationhas three main parts 1 Opening (Beginning) Must introduce the main idea or argument
  • A Good Presentationhas three main parts 1 Opening (Beginning) Must introduce the main idea or argument 2 Body (Middle) All the main points and their statements
  • A Good Presentationhas three main parts 1 Opening (Beginning) Must introduce the main idea or argument 2 Body (Middle) All the main points and their statements 3 Closing (End) Review the main point and a strong finish
  • Design
  • Match the following1. Times New Roman a. Text2. Arial b. Text3. Courier c. Text4. Comic Sans d. Text
  • Design has beendemocratized
  • Design ?What is
  • Utility + Significance
  • Notdecoration
  • Ingredients
  • Background
  • Background Colors
  • AgBackground Colors Font
  • AgBackground Colors Font Images
  • AgBackground Colors Font Images
  • CContrast R Repetition A Alignment Proximity P
  • Good Design Is As Easy as 1-2-3 1. Learn the principles. They’re simpler than you might think.2. Recognize when you’re not using them. Put it into words – name the problem. 3. Apply the principles. You’ll be amazed.
  • Good Designis as easy as… 1 Learn the principles. They’re simpler than you might think. 2 Recognize when you’re not using them. Put it into words – name the problem. 3 Apply the principles. You’ll be amazed.
  • Good Designis as easy as… 1 Learn the principles. They’re simpler than you might think. 2 Recognize when you’re not using them. Put it into words – name the problem. 3 Apply the principles. You’ll be amazed.
  • BulletLaws
  • Bullet Laws• Use sparingly• Write only headlines• Use parallel structure• Avoid sub-bullets• Protect audience
  • Case• ALL CAPS IS DIFFICULT TO READ• Akin to shouting• Use upper lower case
  • TypefaceMSans Serif M Serif
  • Size• Does matter• Implies importance
  • Powerpoints
  • Restraint in preparation
  • Simplicity!in design
  • Naturalness in delivery
  • Presentation Excellence isnever accidental!(Work your buns off!)!"#$%&&()
  • mohitchhabramohitchhabramohit_chhabramchhabra@skillment.com