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  • 1. Why do effective visuals matter?
  • 2. You
  • 3.  Identify the audience profile  What are they interested in:  What do they know?  What are their attitudes toward me, my presentation, the organization?  What are they capable of doing?
  • 4.  Purpose  Need  Idea  Benefit(s)  Evidence  Summary  Action Step
  • 5.  Use the horizontal axis  Create visuals related to your audience  Use 3 colors  Place the most important points first and last in a list  Do not number bullet points unless you are communicating priorities  Use both words and graphics  List up to six points only per page or visual
  • 6. Rock!
  • 7. “Today we will examine the results of the study to determine if the drug will be produced for the public.” “You will be taking a new drug called _________ because your old medication is not working.” “I recommend you take your husband on a daily 30-minute walk.” “A meeting with the family is required before we begin ____________.”
  • 8. “Today we will examine the results of the study to determine if the drug will be produced for the public.” “You will be taking a new drug called _________ because your old medication is not working.” “I recommend you take your husband on a daily 30- minute walk.” “A meeting with the family is required before we begin ____________.” Do these examples state both purpose and importance? How would you improve them?
  • 9. Flipcharts, Transparencies, Slides, & PowerPoint  Introduce the visual  Allow a few seconds for the audience to view the visual  Stand to the right of the visual as you face the audience  Stand close to the visual initially as the audience develops understanding  Use an open hand to take the audience through the visual
  • 10. Flipcharts, Transparencies, Slides, & PowerPoint  Explain the visual, moving top to bottom and from left to right.  Explain/label the relationships in the visual.  Explain the significance of the visual (after explaining the relationships).  Shut the visual down after the audience sees and understand it.  Use only 3 colors.
  • 11.  Are the visuals CONSISTENT with our message?  Are the visuals CLEAR?  Is a visual METAPHOR used?  Is there VARIETY in the types of visuals used?  Are PURPOSE and IMPORTANCE stated?  Did you LAYER the MESSAGE?
  • 12. Body Eyes, Voice and Gestures Words Visuals
  • 13. About Me Margery Pabst holds the M.A. in English from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Her career has spanned both the public and private sectors as a writer, facilitator, and consultant. Margery is the author of Team Speak™, a presentation skills program, and three e-books on life transitions. In the past few years, she experienced the intensely emotional role of caregiving firsthand. Enrich Your Caregiving Journey, the winner of the “2010 Caregiver Friendly Award” is the result of that experience. For more information about Margery email her at pivotalcrossings@aol.com. To order her book, Enrich Your Caregiving Journey visit www.PivotalCrossings.com.
  • 14.  The 2008 Japanese Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on October 12, 2008, at theFuji Speedway, Oyama, Japan. It was the 16th race of the 2008 Formula One season. The race, contested over 67 laps, was won by Fernando Alonso for the Renaultteam from fourth position on the starting grid. Robert Kubica finished second in a BMW Sauber, and Kimi Räikkönen third in a Ferrari. Lewis Hamilton, the eventual Drivers' Champion, led the Championship going into the race, and started from pole position alongside Räikkönen. Hamilton's McLaren teammate Heikki Kovalainen began from third, next to Alonso. At the first corner Hamilton braked late, forcing Räikkönen wide. Hamilton was later given a penalty, and was criticised by the British racing press for overly aggressive driving. Ferrari driverFelipe Massa, Hamilton's principal Championship rival, was penalised after an incident on lap two in which he touched Hamilton's car and spun it around. The incident dropped Hamilton to the back of the field, from where he was unable to regain a pointscoring position. Massa later collided with Sébastien Bourdais of Toro Rosso. Bourdais was penalised after the race, and demoted from sixth to tenth position. The penalty prompted widespread criticism from the racing media and ex-drivers.
  • 15.  The term creative arts denotes a collection of disciplines whose principal purpose is the output of material for the viewer or audience to interpret. As such, art may be taken to include forms ranging from literary forms (prose writing and poetry); performance-based forms (dance, acting, drama, and music); visual and "plastic arts" (painting, sculpture, photography, illustration); to forms that also have a functional role, such as architecture and fashion design. Art may also be understood as relating to creativity, æsthetics and the generation of emotion.
  • 16. Flipcharts, Transparencies, Slides, & PowerPoint 1. Explain the visual, moving top to bottom and from left to right. 2. Explain/label the relationships in the visual. 3. Explain the significance of the visual (after explaining the relationships). 4. Shut the visual down after the audience sees and understand it. 5. Use only 3 colors.
  • 17. Flipcharts, Transparencies, Slides, & PowerPoint  Introduce the visual  Allow a few seconds for the audience to view the visual  Stand to the right of the visual as you face the audience  Stand close to the visual initially as the audience develops understanding  Use an open hand to take the audience through the visual  Explain the visual, moving top to bottom and from left to right.  Explain/label the relationships in the visual.  Explain the significance of the visual (after explaining the relationships).  Shut the visual down after the audience sees and understand it.  Use only 3 colors.