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Death by power point

  1. 1. Death by PowerPoint; How to Become a Great Presenter and Keep Your Audience Interested Module One: Getting Started  Workshop Objectives Module Two: Why Presentations Are Boring?  300 Million Users, 30 Million Presentation Every Day, 50% Are Unbearable  Bullets Do Not Kill People. People Kill People  Are You Just Passing Information Your Boss Told You To?  Examples Of Bad Presentations Module Three: What Kills A Presentation?  Poor Structure  Too Much Information  Complicated Design  No Rehearsal  No Passion, Lost Attention  Examples Of Bad Presentations Module Four: Great Presentations Come From Great Presenters  Can Anyone One Be A Great Presenter? The Answer Is Yes  Old Guys Can Still WOW The Audience  Analysis Of Steve Jobs iPhone Launch Presentation Module Five: Non-Verbal Communication Skills  Body Language, Gestures  The Signals You Send To Others  It’s Not What You Say, It’s How You Say It
  2. 2.  Handling Difficult Audience Module Six: Overcoming Nervousness  Preparing Yourself Mentally For The Occasion  Physical Relaxation Techniques  Appearing Confident In Front Of The Crowd Module Seven: People Remember Stories, Not Presentations  The Art Of Story Telling  Examples Of Stories That Created Business  Frog Brain, Human Brain. They Spot What’s Different.  Rules, Values, Beliefs, And Biases Of Your Audience  What Is A Great Business Story?  Do You Have A Story? If Not, Create One! Module Eight: Start with The Idea Then Create A Story  Create Ideas, Not Slides  Practical Method Of Brainstorming  From Aristotle To Freytag; Elements Of A Great Story  What Is What Is And What Could Be ?  Alternating From What Is To What Could Be And Ending With The Final Bliss Module Nine: Basics You Need To Know Before You Start  Presentations Ecosystem  Great Presentations Require Time  Do You Know Your Audience Needs?  Entertain All Ideas And Collaborate  Sketch & Visualize  Us the Power of Diagrams; Flow, Structure, Cluster, Radiate, Pictorials, And Data.
  3. 3.  Making All Elements Work Together Module Ten:What’s A Great Slide?  The Importance Of Backgrounds  The Color Wheel o Monochromatic, Analogous, Complimentary  Industry Color Palettes  Fonts, How Many Words Should Be On A Slide?  The Power Of Images  Creating A Scene, Not Slides  The Basics Of Movement Module Eleven: Putting It All Together  Placement Of Elements  Identifying The Main Point  Information Flow  Relationship Between Elements o Page Structure; Three, Four And Five Columns, and Fibonacci  The Use Of While Space Module Twelve:  10/20/30 Rule  The Use Of Templates  Treat Your Audience Like King  Spread Ideas, Help Them See What You’re Saying  Delivery Channels And Tools Final Assignment:  Teams And Assignments  Presentations  Scoring, and Announcing the Winning Team.