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Power Up Your PowerPoint

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Power Up Your PowerPoint Presentation Slides - Greater Atlanta ASTD ACE - Atlanta Conference and Exposition - August 16, 2011

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Power Up Your PowerPoint

  1. 1. #ASTDAtl#kvppt@KellyVandever POWER UP POWERPOINT
  2. 2. Confessions of aPOWERPOINT ABUSER
  3. 3. GUILD - ROLES  Volunteer Guild Coordinator   Coordinate Guild   Schedule & Facilitate Guild Meetings   Maintain Guild Members Information   Contact info   Areas interested in volunteering   Experience / skills assessment   Facilitate Communication with Guild Members   Work Closely with Chairs
  4. 4. GUILD - ROLES  Committee Chairs   Coordinate definition, training, and assignment for roles within their committee   Monitor completion of assigned roles   Communicate & meet with those who commit to roles  Members   Heart of the Volunteer Guild   Commit to role assignment
  5. 5. GUILD PROCESS  Initial Production Meeting   Current process involving Director(s), Stage Manager and Board or Committee Chairs along with Guild Coordinator   Needs of specific show  Production Preparation Meeting   Communicate show roles/needs   Obtain Guild Members specific commitments
  6. 6. GUILD BENEFITS   Participation in a play’s production   Participation in Guild meetings, auditions, plays, rehearsals, etc.   Program recognition   Active participation in product of play – 2 free tickets to play   Admission to Sneak Peek Performance (either or?)   Newsletter – receive & can contribute to   Good friends, good times and satisfaction in contributing to the joy of live theater!
  7. 7. MEMBER APPLICATION I would like to serve in one or more of the following ways: Director Music Director Choreographer Stage Manager Assistant to roles above – Specify – ______________________ Stage Hand (work back stage during rehearsals and shows, work curtains, move sets, place props, assist stage manager, etc.) Collect Props needed for the play Actor Sew costumes Make-up Hair for actors Lighting technician Sound technician Build Sets Artist – paint sets, etc. Set break down (after play’s over) Usher Tickets/Box Office Concession Stand Set up & break down chairs, backstage & theater before & after show nights Show publicity (press releases, media interviews, flyers, web posting, etc.) Internal Guild communications Guild Newsletter Committee Chair Other areas where you’d like to assist (specify)      
  8. 8. MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION  List previous experience or special skills:       Note: While experience is not necessary, some roles will require certain skill levels to perform. It will be helpful for committee chairs to know your current skill level when assigning you tasks. Training will be provided as necessary for many roles. Other roles may require you to “build up” your skills in associated areas before taking on the full responsibilities of the role.  See our website to learn more about the requirements and benefits of being a member of the ACT1 Theater Volunteer Guild www.act1theater.com.
  9. 9. www.DonMcMillan.com
  10. 10. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  •  Challenger  explosion   •  Missing  children  on  •  Fall  of  Berlin  Wall  /  Fall   milk  cartons   of  communism   •  AIDS  •  Personal  /  classroom   •  Desert  Storm   computers   •  Corporate  downsizing  •  Two  career  parents  -­‐   latchkey  kids  
  11. 11. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  
  12. 12. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  
  13. 13. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  
  14. 14. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  
  15. 15. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  
  16. 16. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  
  17. 17. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  
  18. 18. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  
  19. 19. Better?
  20. 20. DesertStorm
  21. 21. Why Should We Care?
  22. 22. PowerPoint Isn’t Going Away
  23. 23. Represents You
  24. 24. Retention
  25. 25. 10%Oral Only
  26. 26. 65%Picture
  27. 27. PictorialSuperiorityEffect
  28. 28. PictorialSuperiority 90%Effect Days
  29. 29. PictorialSuperiority 90%Effect Days 63% Year
  30. 30. NarrationSentences NarrationPicture Picture There is a better way to do There is a better way to do PowerPoint and today we’re PowerPoint and today we’re going to talk about what that is. going to talk about what that is. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves using pictures. You’ll It involves using pictures. You’ll learn how to do all this in learn how to do all this in today’s training session. today’s training session. POWER UP POWERPOINT There is a better way to do PowerPoint and today we’re going to talk about what that is. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves using pictures. You’ll learn how to do all this in today’s training session.
  31. 31. NarrationSentences NarrationPicture Picture Better Retention Better Transfer There is a better way to do There is a better way to do PowerPoint and today we’re PowerPoint and today we’re going to talk about what that is. going to talk about what that is. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves using pictures. You’ll It involves using pictures. You’ll learn how to do all this in learn how to do all this in today’s training session. today’s training session. POWER UP POWERPOINT There is a better way to do PowerPoint and today we’re going to talk about what that is. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves using pictures. You’ll learn how to do all this in today’s training session.
  32. 32. NarrationNarration 2 – 3 WordsPicture Picture There is a better way to do There is a better way to do PowerPoint and today we’re PowerPoint and today we’re going to talk about what that is. going to talk about what that is. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves using pictures. You’ll It involves using pictures. You’ll learn how to do all this in learn how to do all this in today’s training session. today’s training session. POWER UP POWERPOINT
  33. 33. NarrationNarration 2 – 3 WordsPicture Picture Better Retention There is a better way to do There is a better way to do PowerPoint and today we’re PowerPoint and today we’re going to talk about what that is. going to talk about what that is. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves getting rid of bullets. It involves using pictures. You’ll It involves using pictures. You’ll learn how to do all this in learn how to do all this in today’s training session. today’s training session. POWER UP POWERPOINT
  34. 34. Emotions
  35. 35. Interest
  36. 36. Click  to  add  Ktle  •  Click  to  add  text  
  37. 37. PowerPoint  is  a  Power  Tool  •  PowerPoint  helps  to:   –  Make  things  sKck     –  Add  emoKon   –  Put  things  into  context   –  Add  interest,  beauty  and  design  •  PowerPoint  is  not:   –  The  right  soluKon  for  every  topic   –  Should  add  to,  not  take  away  from  the  training  
  38. 38. Power  Up  PowerPoint  
  39. 39. POWER UPPOWERPOINT
  40. 40. -The Process-Finding Photos-Design Principles us !! B on
  41. 41. -The Process-Finding Photos-Design Principles us !! B on
  42. 42. #astdatl#kvppt@kellyvandever
  43. 43. TheProcess
  44. 44. Retention Webs John ite a List Medin Study ty p lici rd Rule of St sim & Richa Thirds boa ory Mayer se s Flip rdi ng noi studie Cam? r fact o Don n 1 point Group individual sal alark ey a Mill !! per xercis e application Rehear mMc eo E game Vid slide Font direction game Context! of show r size (for stats) humo pictures ???
  45. 45. Interaction
  46. 46. Audience’s Minds
  47. 47. Beyond Room
  48. 48. Storyboard
  49. 49. What’s this like?
  50. 50. Interaction Minds Beyond Room
  51. 51. Interaction Minds Beyond Room 1 poi nt per sl ide
  52. 52. Finding Photos
  53. 53. Royalty Free
  54. 54. Paid SitesiStockphotos.com fotolia.com
  55. 55. Free Sites sxc.hu morguefile.com
  56. 56. Your Pictures
  57. 57. Interaction Minds Beyond Room
  58. 58. Interaction
  59. 59. Inside yourAudiences’ Minds
  60. 60. Your Message
  61. 61. No Clip Art
  62. 62. Twitter Break
  63. 63. DES IGN
  64. 64. Slide Rule #1
  65. 65. NoiseSimplicity
  66. 66. Slide Rule #1Choose Simplicity
  67. 67. Slide Rule #2
  68. 68. Gen  X  -­‐  Life  Shaping  Events  •  Challenger  explosion   •  Missing  children  on  •  Fall  of  Berlin  Wall  /  Fall   milk  cartons   of  communism   •  AIDS  •  Personal  /  classroom   •  Desert  Storm   computers   •  Corporate  downsizing  •  Two  career  parents  -­‐   latchkey  kids  
  69. 69. TargetAudience
  70. 70. Don’t be Afraidof Empty Space
  71. 71. easier on the eye
  72. 72. Slide Rule #2 Use White Space
  73. 73. Slide Rule #3*
  74. 74. PowerPoint  is  a  Power  Tool  
  75. 75. PowerPoint is aPower Tool
  76. 76. Rule of
  77. 77. Rule of
  78. 78. PowerPoint  is  a  Power  Tool  
  79. 79. PowerPoint is aPower Tool
  80. 80. Seconds  Count  
  81. 81. Seconds  Count  
  82. 82. Seconds  Count  
  83. 83. Seconds  Count  
  84. 84. Seconds  Count  
  85. 85. Seconds  Count  
  86. 86. Seconds  Count  
  87. 87. Seconds  Count  
  88. 88. Seconds  Count  
  89. 89. Seconds  Count  
  90. 90. Seconds  Count  
  91. 91. Seconds  Count  
  92. 92. Have a Point
  93. 93. Have a Point
  94. 94. Heroesin Our Midst
  95. 95. Heroesin Our Midst
  96. 96. Slide Rule #3* Rule of Thirds
  97. 97. Twitter Break
  98. 98. Fun withPowerPoint
  99. 99. Adding Video
  100. 100. On-line Videos
  101. 101. Do It Yourself Videos
  102. 102. Fact OR MALARKEY
  103. 103. No StudentMembership
  104. 104. No Student MembershipMALARKEY
  105. 105. More  Americans    Afraid  of  Snakes     than  of  Public Speaking
  106. 106. More  Americans    Afraid  of  Snakes     than  of  Public Speaking
  107. 107. More Delivery Tips Newsletter Sign Up
  108. 108. Twitter Break
  109. 109. POWER UPPOWERPOINT Kelly Vandever

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