Do you have to produce clear presentations? If so, you need this training!
This is not a common PowerPoint or Public Speaking course!
This course is for those who want to learn how to structure a presentation effectively, highlighting the structure and the logic of the document in order to be persuasive.
Very often the requirements of internal and external clients is that of producing documents, typically PowerPoint, whose way of communicating is not transmitted by a typical public speaking context. Frequently, indeed, the PowerPoint is sent by e-mail or it is presented in a destructured briefing. In this last case, the presenter cannot transmit its communication abilities, his charisma or persuasion: the effectiveness of the message is entirely provided by the content and the structure of the presentation.
Very few people know that, even if the content of whatever communication is fundamental, the greatest part of the presentation effectiveness resides in the logical organisation and in the layout of the produced document.
Big consultancy group invest time and money to teach their consultants the best strategies to make an attractive presentation.
This training will provide you with the international consultancy secrets on how to provide a readable structure to their presentations while being attractive and convincing.
The course is interactive and both theoretical and practical.
Managers, consultants, professionals and whoever needs to produce presentations aimed at internal or external clients.
Understand how our brain organises information is key to structure an effective message!
Understand how the brain organises information
How to structure communication in an effective and persuasive way
Strategies for an attractive introduction
Neuroscience applied to presentation design
How to use the subliminal perception principles to deliver a message
The “How To” for perfect presentations
The slide structure
The use of text in the slides
Objective, executive summary, agenda
The map of contents and their transition
The use of text box
The use of graphs
The different kinds of graphs
The use of graphs: what to choose?
How to predict questions on graphs
Use of images
When tuse a images
The Use of tables
When to use a table
The use of other graphical elements