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Creating Awesome PowerPoint Slides

Are you a public speaker? Are you a corporate trainer? Are you a sales professional? If your profession or job requires you to make PowerPoint presentations, this deck will help you.

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Creating Awesome PowerPoint Slides

  1. 1. PowerPointSlides Creating Awesome By: Boom San Agustin
  2. 2. So, it’s time to make your presentation.
  3. 3. Sure. Why not?
  4. 4. But wait!
  5. 5. Have you ever wondered puts many people to sleep? why PowerPoint
  6. 6. presentation. PowerPoint is notyour
  7. 7. presentation. Youare the
  8. 8. PowerPoint is a tool to deliver your message
  9. 9. PowerPoint is notalways the right toolfor all your presentations.
  10. 10. Handouts Acetates & OHPs Brochures & Leaflets Flip Charts Whiteboards Pencils & Notebooks…
  11. 11. …may allbe used.
  12. 12. helps in the Use PowerPoint if you feel it of your presentation. narrative
  13. 13. Here’s the problem.
  14. 14. Ditch it!
  15. 15. Worry not.
  16. 16. I will show you how it’s done. Boom San Agustin | Sales Management Consultant | @BoomYourSales
  17. 17. Here’s what we will learn.
  18. 18. presentation styles design principles design techniques 1 2 3
  19. 19. presentation styles1
  20. 20. presentation styles1 and try other styles Park the old method
  21. 21. presentation styles1 Godin style
  22. 22. presentation styles1 Kawasaki style
  23. 23. presentation styles1 Takahasi style
  24. 24. presentation styles1 styles Those were just some of the you can use
  25. 25. design principles2
  26. 26. design principles2 remember crap For a polished design
  27. 27. design principles2 the big four: contrast repetition alignment proximity
  28. 28. design principles2 the big four: contrast
  29. 29. A good plan is like a road map: it shows the final destination and the best way to get there.
  30. 30. a good plan is like a it shows the final destination and the best ROAD MAP: wayto get there.
  31. 31. size shape shade color position Types of Contrast
  32. 32. design principles2 the big four: repetition
  33. 33. PLANNING A basic management function involving formulation of one or more detailed plans to achieve optimum balance of needs or demands with the available resources.
  34. 34. The planning process: 1. Identify the goals or objectives to be achieved, 2. Formulate strategies to achieve them,
  35. 35. The planning process: 3. Arrange or create the means required, and 4. Implement, direct, and monitor all steps in their proper sequence.
  36. 36. Coaching and Mentoring
  37. 37. Coaching is task oriented. The focus is on concrete issues, such as managing more effectively, speaking more articulately, and learning how to think strategically.
  38. 38. Mentoring is relationship oriented. It seeks to provide a safe environment where the mentee shares whatever issues affect his or her professional and personal success.
  39. 39. design principles2 the big four: alignment proximity
  40. 40. Boom San Agustin Sales Management Consultant Controlling Function Performance Management A Tool To Develop People Performance
  41. 41. Boom San Agustin Sales Management Consultant Controlling Function PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT A Tool to Develop People Performance
  42. 42. Controlling Function Performance Management A Tool To Develop People Performance Boom San Agustin Sales Management Consultant
  43. 43. Controlling Function PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT A Tool to Develop People Performance Boom San Agustin Sales Management Consultant
  44. 44. People buy into the leader before they buy into the vision - John Maxwell
  45. 45. applying adult learning concepts
  46. 46. Time and Stress Management Coping with Stress by Managing Priorities Boom San Agustin Sales Management Consultant
  47. 47. TIMEANDSTRESSMANAGEMENT Coping with Stress by Managing Priorities BOOM SAN AGUSTIN Sales Management Consultant
  48. 48. Impulsive Talker Speaker Social Reflective Listener Writer Intimate
  49. 49. They tend to reflect, then act, then reflect further. Tend to communicate in writing. Often considered good listeners. Activity in the outside world tends to lead to a decline in energy and motivation, requiring opportunity for inner thought and reflection in a more quiet environment to recharge.
  50. 50. They tend to act first, then reflect, then act further. Tend to communicate by talking. Often considered good talkers. Inactivity, thought and reflection tends to lead to a decline in energy and motivation, requiring interaction with people and things to recharge.
  51. 51. design techniques3
  52. 52. message design techniques3 using proven techniques Amplify your
  53. 53. design techniques3 color font empty space image animation
  54. 54. design techniques3 color considerations: use high contrast
  55. 55. Performance coaching focuses on helping workers do their present jobs better and faster. Development coaching focuses on helping workers prepare for higher level responsibility.
  56. 56. high contrast colors don’t actually work Some
  57. 57. Red Green Blue Violet Yellow Orange OrangeViolet YellowBlue Red Violet Red Orange Yellow GreenBlue Green
  58. 58. high contrast colors actually do work However, some
  59. 59. Red Green Blue Violet Yellow Orange OrangeViolet YellowBlue Red Violet Red Orange Yellow GreenBlue Green
  60. 60. design techniques3 color considerations: use only three colors max
  61. 61. three colorsalways seem to work Strangely, having
  62. 62. Red Green Blue Violet Yellow Orange OrangeViolet YellowBlue Red Violet Red Orange Yellow GreenBlue Green
  63. 63. Red Green Blue Violet Yellow Orange OrangeViolet YellowBlue Red Violet Red Orange Yellow GreenBlue Green
  64. 64. average length of employment of all initial hires after two years - Jobvite Index 2012 MANAGING TALENTS 20% job boards
  65. 65. Red Green Blue Violet Yellow Orange OrangeViolet YellowBlue Red Violet Red Orange Yellow GreenBlue Green
  66. 66. Red Green Blue Violet Yellow Orange OrangeViolet YellowBlue Red Violet Red Orange Yellow GreenBlue Green
  67. 67. design techniques3 font considerations: don’t use serif fonts
  68. 68. serif font sans serif font
  69. 69. GgHhIi GgHhIi tahoma helvetica GgHhIi calibri GgHhIi verdana
  70. 70. design techniques3 font considerations: use two font types only
  71. 71. Control Is a systematic effort to measure progress towards goals. Controls are necessary to ensure that the organization’s plans, programs and specific tasks are carried out effectively and efficiently. “What is Measured is Controlled”
  72. 72. Control Is a systematic effort to measure progress towards goals. Controls are necessary to ensure that the organization’s plans, programs and specific tasks are carried out effectively and efficiently. “What is Measured is Controlled”
  73. 73. design techniques3 font considerations: use weight and size
  74. 74. Control Is a systematic effort to measure progress towards goals. Controls are necessary to ensure that the organization’s plans, programs and specific tasks are carried out effectively and efficiently. “What is Measured is Controlled”
  75. 75. CONTROL Is a systematic effort to measure progress towards goals. Controls are necessary to ensure that the organization’s plans, programs and specific tasks are carried out effectively and efficiently. “What is Measured is Controlled”
  76. 76. design techniques3 empty space considerations: use space to highlight text
  77. 77. highlight this …. text
  78. 78. design techniques3 empty space considerations: use space to create contrast
  79. 79. CLIENTS
  80. 80. design techniques3 empty space considerations: use space to enhance images
  81. 81. flEXibility
  82. 82. design techniques3 image considerations: use appropriate images
  83. 83. Work-Life Integration Coping with Stress by Managing Priorities
  84. 84. Work-Life Integration Coping with Stress by Managing Priorities
  85. 85. design techniques3 image considerations: use high resolution images
  86. 86. Work-Life Integration Coping with Stress by Managing Priorities
  87. 87. Work-Life Integration Coping with Stress by Managing Priorities
  88. 88. design techniques3 image considerations: use images to create drama
  89. 89. Communication Builds Trust
  90. 90. design techniques3 image considerations: avoid image noise
  91. 91. “Successful time management will help you become more effective in completing the tasks that you have to complete so there is more time available for you to spend on the things that are important to you.” - Sean McPheat
  92. 92. Successful time management will help you become more effective in completing the tasks that you have to complete so there is more time available for you to spend on the things that are important to you. - Sean McPheat
  93. 93. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 2004 2007 2009 2011 2012 2013 Source: International Business Report 2013
  94. 94. Source: International Business Report 2013 30 20 10 0 2004 2007 2009 2011 2012 2013 an average RISE of 2 PERCENT for women in leadership positions since 2011
  95. 95. design techniques3 image considerations: pump up the imagery
  96. 96. less text
  97. 97. less text more imagery
  98. 98. less text more imagery wild imagery
  99. 99. design techniques3 animation considerations: use to make slides exciting
  100. 100. Isabela Ecofuel Project STATE of the PROJECT TEAM
  101. 101. S1 S2 S4 S3 SUPPORTIVEBEHAVIOR LOW HIGH HIGHDIRECTIVE BEHAVIOR High Direction Low Support Low Direction Low Support High Direction High Support Low Direction High Support SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP STYLES
  102. 102. design techniques3 animation considerations: use for timeline/flow chart
  103. 103. Needs Assessment January Data Analysis March Training Design May Leadership Development Program Training Launch September Test Run July
  104. 104. QUALITIES OF A PROJECT LEADER INTERPERSONAL SKILLS: Directing, communicating at all levels, problem solving, and dealing with people. TECHNICAL EXPERTISE: Technical knowledge, ability to understand important aspects of the project, and the ability to communicate in the language of the technicians. ADMINISTRATIVE SKILLS: Planning, organizing, managing and coordinating the work.
  105. 105. Hold on.
  106. 106. Just a few more suggestions.
  107. 107. Script it.
  108. 108. 1 2 ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________
  109. 109. 3 4 ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________
  110. 110. print slides as notes? But, what if I need to
  111. 111. Write a document.
  112. 112. Print with Word.
  113. 113. Inform with PowerPoint.
  114. 114. @BoomYourSales @BoomYourSales @BoomYourSales

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