InspirationalExercises in PowerPoint Style #4Tim Kieschnick
About this collection…This PowerPoint deck is part of a collection. Each deck in this collection modelsa different communi...
Customer TrackingInitiativeExercises in PowerPoint Style4. Inspirational
Who are we?Photo: Thomas Berg
What do we care about?Photo:AvivHodSalesCustomersStaff
Where are we today?0102004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Key Performance IndicatorsCustomer RetentionRevenue...
Where do we want to be tomorrow?RecordHigh SalesPassionatelyLoyal CustomersHappy, Healthy StaffPhoto:AvivHod
How do we get there from here?
Our Scariest RiskOur Greatest OpportunityBehind scheduleOver budgetThe Key toour success
Starting now…Leadership100% CommittedClear the pathAsk,“How can I help?”Photo:Women_In_Uniform,Flickr
Questions, comments, concerns… How can we support you? How can we make it easier for you to succeed?
Appendix
About this styleThis deck uses the “Inspire” style. This style should never be distributedon paper. The PowerPoint visuals...
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This PowerPoint deck is part of a collection. Each deck in this collection models a different communication style. Some models focus on visual display, others strictly on organizing information.

This collection is inspired by Exercises In Style, the classic book by Raymond Queneau. In Exercise In Style, Queneau retells the same very simple story 99 times in 99 different styles.

This deck uses the “Inspire” style. This style should never be distributed on paper. The PowerPoint visuals are designed to make the oral presentation more compelling and memorable.

Key principles of this style include:
Trigger empathy to evoke passion
Create a burning platform, but don’t dwell on it
Describe the glorious future
Make it clear that we can attain the glorious future
Use compelling images, especially of human faces
Give the audience an assignment

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Inspirational - Exercises in PowerPoint Style #4

  1. 1. InspirationalExercises in PowerPoint Style #4Tim Kieschnick
  2. 2. About this collection…This PowerPoint deck is part of a collection. Each deck in this collection modelsa different communication or presentation style. Some models focus on visualdisplay, others strictly on organizing information. Each deck describes thesame fictional project using a different presentation model.This collection is inspired by Exercises In Style, the classic book by RaymondQueneau. In Exercise In Style, Queneau retells the same very simple story 99times in 99 different styles.I plan to add to this collection over time, beginning with potentially usefuldesign styles, and later modelling common stylistic errors.Tim KieschnickEl Cerrito, CA19 May 20132
  3. 3. Customer TrackingInitiativeExercises in PowerPoint Style4. Inspirational
  4. 4. Who are we?Photo: Thomas Berg
  5. 5. What do we care about?Photo:AvivHodSalesCustomersStaff
  6. 6. Where are we today?0102004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Key Performance IndicatorsCustomer RetentionRevenueProductivity
  7. 7. Where do we want to be tomorrow?RecordHigh SalesPassionatelyLoyal CustomersHappy, Healthy StaffPhoto:AvivHod
  8. 8. How do we get there from here?
  9. 9. Our Scariest RiskOur Greatest OpportunityBehind scheduleOver budgetThe Key toour success
  10. 10. Starting now…Leadership100% CommittedClear the pathAsk,“How can I help?”Photo:Women_In_Uniform,Flickr
  11. 11. Questions, comments, concerns… How can we support you? How can we make it easier for you to succeed?
  12. 12. Appendix
  13. 13. About this styleThis deck uses the “Inspire” style. This style should never be distributedon paper. The PowerPoint visuals are designed to make the oralpresentation more compelling and memorable.Key principles of this style include: Trigger empathy to evoke passion Create a burning platform, but don’t dwell on it Describe the glorious future Make it clear that we can attain the glorious future Use compelling images, especially of human faces Give the audience an assignment

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