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There are 3 types of presentations: The presentation you deliver, the presentation you print and the presentation you email. The one you deliver should have minimal text and be a focus point, the …

There are 3 types of presentations: The presentation you deliver, the presentation you print and the presentation you email. The one you deliver should have minimal text and be a focus point, the printed ppt should have comprehensive notes ... only an emailed ppt (never meant to deliver) should have detailed text on the screen.

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  • There are 3 types of presentations:
    1 the one you present
    2 the one you print
    3 the one you email
  • Keep your slides simple enough that your audience can digest each one in 3 seconds. Your audience can only process so much information at one time. As you present, if your slides are too cluttered, they will either read them (if they are readable), listen to you, or switch off. What do you do when faced with clutter (read, listen or switch off)?
  • Keep your slides simple enough that your audience can digest each one in 3 seconds. Your audience can only process so much information at one time. As you present, if your slides are too cluttered, they will either read them (if they are readable), listen to you, or switch off. What do you do when faced with clutter (read, listen or switch off)?
  • Keep your slides simple enough that your audience can digest each one in 3 seconds. Your audience can only process so much information at one time. As you present, if your slides are too cluttered, they will either read them (if they are readable), listen to you, or switch off. What do you do when faced with clutter (read, listen or switch off)?
  • Keep your slides simple enough that your audience can digest each one in 3 seconds. Your audience can only process so much information at one time. As you present, if your slides are too cluttered, they will either read them (if they are readable), listen to you, or switch off. What do you do when faced with clutter (read, listen or switch off)?
  • Keep your slides simple enough that your audience can digest each one in 3 seconds. Your audience can only process so much information at one time. As you present, if your slides are too cluttered, they will either read them (if they are readable), listen to you, or switch off. What do you do when faced with clutter (read, listen or switch off)?
  • Keep your slides simple enough that your audience can digest each one in 3 seconds. Your audience can only process so much information at one time. As you present, if your slides are too cluttered, they will either read them (if they are readable), listen to you, or switch off. What do you do when faced with clutter (read, listen or switch off)?
  • There are 3 types of presentations:
    1 the one you present
    2 the one you print
    3 the one you email
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    • 1. Presentation tips: 3 types of presentations @oneclearmessage
    • 2. The presentation you deliver
    • 3. Think billboard
    • 4. The presentation you print
    • 5. The presentation you email
    • 6. 1. The  presentation  you  deliver  (what you say). Should have simple slides that augment your message, with minimal text and focus the audience’s attention on your message, the audience take-away. 2. The presentation you print (handout) This should have simple slides (as in 1.) to remind the reader of the presentation, and have detailed notes of content discussed. Notes should be complete sentences, not just bullets or key words. 3. The  presentation  you  email. This is intended to be read by the recipient (not presented), can have text on the screen but should still have a clear message and audience take-away. 3 types of presentations
    • 7. Presentation tips: 3 types of presentations @oneclearmessage

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