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Presentation skills training

Presentation skills training

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  • Less is more is good but sometimes, emotional elements matter (a lot). Often, more emotion is better than less. Make it fun, make it scary, make it sad, but make it emotional. Design can bring clarity, art can help bring meaning. Google has nothing here that isn’t essential but it is playful and fun.
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    1. The purpose of training is to change behavior.<br />Michael Allen<br />
    2. Objectives<br />Benefits<br /><ul><li>Plan and organize a presentation
    3. Studies on how people learn
    4. Visual aids for training
    5. PowerPoint design – good, bad, ugly
    6. Handouts</li></li></ul><li>Lay?<br />Technical?<br />
    7. Talk it Out?<br />Think it Out?<br />Friendly?<br />Hostile?<br />
    8. Rule #10 Vision trumps all other senses.<br />Dr. John Medina<br />Visual Aids<br />
    9. Retention – Three Days Later<br />Six Times Greater<br />See and hear<br />
    10. What can be done with fewer is done in vain with more.<br />Edward Tufte on Occam’s razor<br />Signal to Noise Ratio<br />Excess is noise<br />
    11. Design makes things clear, but art – the stuff of emotions – makes us wonder.<br />John Maeda, The Laws of Simplicity <br />
    12. Accentuate the Positive<br />

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